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Build me straight, Oh worthy Master! 
Staunch and strong, a goodly vessel 
That shall laugh at all disaster 
And with wave and whirlwind wrestle 



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"The Building of the Ship" 



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Dedication 

Life is a river. Into it flows a sinuous tributary called Preparation. If Life is to be 
challenged. Preparation must first be experienced. Man in Preparation discovers that 
a sharp division exists between the river and its tributary. 

Man in Life views the compatible union of the two waters when that which is acquired 
in Preparation is successfully utilized in Life. 

We the Seniors of 1962 having traversed Preparation, launch into Life. We challenge 
the vast unknown activated by the hope that we shall succeed in achieving a har- 
monious union between Life the river, and Preparation its tributary. 

The Editors 




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Scrrapel Scrrapel 
Pouuund! Pouuundl 

These are the sounds- of building. These are the voices of con- 
struction. They tell us in their strange language that a structure is 
being errected. A vessel is being built to carry its passengers o'er 
a very unpredictable river — The River of Life. 

The water has many faces. She can laugh loudly and play- 
fully; she can smile gently and peacefully. She can hate and fight 
with surging and foaming anger. The ship must be strong. She 
must combat. And, she must conquer! 

Four years ago it started. Four long and laborious years 090 
the project began. Little boats bearing youth from many different 
ports assembled at one "central" shipyard. Here would commence 
the building of the mighty vessel that would succeed in traversing 
the waves and storms that would try to destroy her. Here the youth 
would prepare their minds and their bodies before entering their 
ship, so that disaster and crisis would become healthy challenges 
rather than despairing obstacles. 

The four years are ended now. The ship stands tall and erect 
against the face of the sky. All those who joined in its building 
and preparation gape with pride and reverence at its sound and 
potent body. The youth tremble with excitement and anticipation, 
for soon they will become her passengers; soon they will meet with 
adventure and challenge. Soon they will sail into Life. . . . 




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Architects — devising the ship's master plan. 
Architects — adroitly shaping the "course" of youth. 



ADMINISTRATION 




Rabbi Charles Friedman y" 

Principal, English Department 

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Dr. Shelley Saphire 
Supervising Principal 




Dr. Isaac Lewin, 

Principal, Hebrew Department 



Mr. Samuel Levine, 
Director 



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Builders— transforming the precisioned sketches of 
the architect's deft hand into a ship of mammoth 
body and sturdy frame. 

Builders— molding and forming young minds to see, 
to question, to think, and to create. 





RABBI RUBEL 





RABBI ROSENMUND 






MR. KAMBER 




MR. HOFFMAN 



FACULTY 



MR. WEJNSTEIN 



RABBI DARDAC 



DR. LICHTENSTEIN 




DR. LINICK 




MISS DEUTSCH 







Mrs. Feingold 
Physical EducaHon 




Mr. Alper 
Mathematics 



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Mr. Spin 

Mathematics, Student Advisor 



Mr. Cantor 
Languages 




FACULTY 



Miss Epstein 
Science 



Mr. Mashal 
Languages 



Miss A. Epstein 
Science 



Mrs. Tessel 
usiness 





Mr. Fohr 
Languages 




Dr. Applbaum 
English 




Mr. Bassel 
English 



Mr. Minerof 
English 



Mr. Gendler 
English 




Mrs. Green 
Physical Education 





Rabbi Sodden 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Jacobson 
Art 



Mr. Lopidus 
Social Studies 




Mrs. Holpern 
Secretary 





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Mr. Grossman 

Music 

Mr. Korensky 
Mathematics 
Mrs. Gold 
Social Studies 
Mrs. Broyde 
Physical Education 
Mr. Silbermintz 
Music 



Mrs. Adelman 
English 




.mow nx'nwTym pVi:? tarrmyn anpa nj'japn irs D'jb' yans "72; "jay nnx 
nm my'T id"? noa"? nb n'ptn 'dh D'xaxan uisa wyj n'jxn D'iTi^n iB^aa 

.nmipn ^:n:^m2 lans pin"?! n"n3 bsiv na 'rs'? mximn 
nasna nnrs rTS„'B' '» 'd D-"n2 iDiaya"? m's D'oa nxi: nxr nsipnaE; mpa 'ix 
".iTB^ya Dnyi^a ^'7br\•>„ iioa nmi n''?yi "nnu ma''?n n^•s^^,, oa — "hjie''? "jy ion rrnm 
.liay^ nanai n'niii ""r'n no^s,, "re? dir'? nam pa nnx "rai iir 'a 



To the members of the graduafing class of 1962: 

• The Faculty and Administration of the school extend to you 
their sincere best wishes for your future. 

During your stay with us we have tried to impart to you that which 
we feel is the substance and spirit of traditional Judaism as far as 
this can be expressed through religious and secular teaching. We 
hove tried to show you the happy life that will result if you know 
and follow the way of life prescribed for us by the Torah. 

We hope that we have succeeded in giving you the proper foun- 
dation for your future endeavors. 

May G-d grant you success in all your undertakings. 

Sincerely, 

RABBI CHARLES FRIEDMAN 
Principal 



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/ Saw if in Their Eyes 

by Revo Edelstein 

Small and alone in a dark world. It was the image of myself seen in the pupils 
of their eyes. 

And Ifien again I beard the voices. Reason commanded that I go. The heart 
warned me to disobey. I watched those eyes. They were there to lead me to the 
abyss. No. I would not go. 

Those eyes intensified my fear. I spoke. 

"You have seen me through both good and bad. How sad to- see the truth 
within your eyes. What pain to find I cannot go." 

"Yes. Go. You will be hid among the crowd. No one there will notice that you 
don't belong." 

"No. You will be hid among the crowd. But you alone will feel you don't be- 
long." 

I was not ready. I could not go. / knew so little when there was so much to 
know. They would not let me stay and learn. They wished to cast me out so soon 
and unaware. They ruthlessly willed to see me go. / could not face them. I would 
not leave. 

I knew I was not ready. Those eyes bore witness to the truth. And then I heard 
THEM speak. "My child, take heed of reason which bids you go. You will find your 
way within the crowd. No one there will feel the absence of that knowledge which 
you fear is lacking in yourself. Your heart has warned you right. You will be alone 
amid the crowd. For there ore few who realize the futileness of that which they know 
compared with that which they need to learn. Your heart has only sought to spare 
your feelings. Go out and face the world. And never cease to learn. At times when 
confronted with the haughtiness of the world remember to return and gaze into our 
eyes to view the true replica of yourself. But obove all, when alone, remember your 
replica has been placed in the most cherished part of man. Strive to retain that posi- 
tion. And you shall succeed." 

That night I feared no more. I was ready. I had come to face the world — to 
challenge the abyss. I heard the music's piercing sound. I marched with steady step 
and as I went I caught my PARENTS' eves among those who came to watch. 



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The Death of a Toy 

by Jeudi Rosenfeld 

Night. The sky's sombre blanket envelops all in downy, caressing softness. 
Hate, it pierces my very soul and my heart bleeds. Fear. Cold beads materialize 
and then disappear, leaving me chilled. I am alone. Ira — he is dead now. They 
hauled him off one night and played a game with him. They fired. He was their 
target. Miriam — she is gone too. They starved her and beat her until she melted in 
convulsing pain. My father, my mother — members of the long parade that slowly 
marched. Animals to their slaughter, sensing in every step the nearing fumes of 
death. Heavy chains lacerated their mortal flesh. Muzzled like dogs. Abomination. 

I will fool them. I will not let them throw me info their ovens and laugh as I 
turn to floating ash. I will not be tortured. I will not be killed. I will not die, a toy 
of their ugly game, a plaything of their inane pleasure. Oh, please help me. I must 
escape. I must leave this infernal hell-hole. I must once more breathe air that is 
fresh and alive. Air that is not putrid with the rancid fumes of death. 

I have the pass. I know what to answer. My name is as one of theirs now. My 
clothes are as theirs are. My speech has been assimilated. How dirty I feel dressed 
in the garb of scum, how repulsive. But this shall not lastl Once I escape, my soul 
shall be cleansed by freedom. No longer will I wear the yellow badge of shame. I 
will wear a bright badge of pride that will glisten as I walk and radiate with the 
brilliance of self-respect. 

The wire fence is near now. Like the deadly thorns of a desert plant its lethal 
claws protrude. The sentry paces back and forth with a hard, conditioned gait. His 
steps are short; direct; equal; precise. I hate him. I hate them all! My eyes brim 
with anger and its violent offspring reach my lips in moist, briny droplets. He de- 
mands the pass. Oh, be with me now. . . 

The next morning the mangled body of a 1 5 year old girl was found. They 
played their game of darts and one more was added to their pile of human flesh. 
The body of the toy lies dead, but the soul is rising upwards. . . 

The heavens seem happy now. Their beauty is embellished by a strange antici- 
pation. The milky-white clouds spread their fluffy arms in welcome. The smiling sun 
beams down on the little soul with caressing warmth. On earth she was tred upon 
and stepped on. On earth she was hated and shamed. But here the little soul knows 
it will be different. Here the little soul knows she will be loved. . . . 



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by Shulamith Silverstein 
The ball of fire with which the angels play 
Has sunk out of sight. 
Dusk. 

Night creeps in stealthily and in silence. 
The sombre spirit covers the sky with a 
Blanket of darkness. 
Moon and stars, night's companions, 
Beam down from their appointed places "N, 

In the distant heaven 

And look on the world far below. W 

All is still and quiet. 
Night is awake. 

The world sleeps. . . .:., 

Rays of light appear, a challenge to 
Night's supremacy. 
They pierce the darkness. 
Faint they are at first — 
Then stronger. 
The angels' plaything 
Peeps forth from the east. 
Doubtful of its right to 
Break the solemnity with 
Its joyful smile. 
But the Master of the golden toy 
Has given His permission. 
The nocturnal spirit yields to 
His more cheerful partner in Creation, 
For the Master has given each one 
Equal sway over earth's dominion. 
; Day breaks. 
\^'f, The world awakes. . . . 

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^lialiL of the K^ruitat ^pecteri 

by Caren Schmidt 
Every so often, on a night in midwinter. 
The portals of the great mansions of the 
Firmament are opened and crystal specters issue 
Forth upon a cryptic mission. As these 
Supernal phantoms descend in swirling, graceful 
Motions, they create a sublime state of tranquility. 
Unrivalled by Nature's other tempers. 
Throughout the nocturnal hours they descend 
Steadily, filling every possible inch of space. 
Their scintillating crystals produce an illumination 
That reveals the ebony of the sky 
In such tremendous contrast, that the 
Stars are secondary 
To Them, as the moon is to the sun. 
In the early dawn, as the sun 
Climbs out of its bed and stretches 
Its rays in friendly greeting, one can 
No longer find a single vestige 
Of the crystal swirling specters — 
They have evanesced, as do all ghosts 
At the approach of daylight, but 
They have left in their stead, a 
Chaste white blanket to cover the world! 



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evermore 

by Adele Lieberman 

I delve into obscurity 

Deep down into the abyss of darkness 

The chasm raises its sturdy hands 

Yearning to grasp me. 

I AM LOST. 

A heavy darkness engulfs me. 

Its black amorphous mass 

Sloivly absorbs my whole being 

Its long icy fingers clutch at my heart. 

I AM FAINT. 

A deep Silence! Tranquility resounds 

Throughout my living tomb. 

My mind is oblivious to all 

Except my odious foe 

Clad in nocturnal garb. 

I AM ALONE. 

A heavy sleep preys upon my eyelids. 

Soon all will be over. 

Thou hast conquered. 

Murderer! -Black asassin of KNOWLEDGE, 

Slayer of THOUGHT and MIND, 

Take me. 

I AM WORTHLESS. 



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My search of life has been profound. 

Adventures on this earthy ground 

Have led me on to many ways 

Nestled within me to this day 

To serve as food for thought. 

The seven seas of sin did I 

Travel throughout the years 

And now I cry from above the hills 

With words of hellish seraphic will: 

Climb Climb Climb 

Climb higher higher higher 

Until you reach the golden heights 

Then unto depths of fire. 

And as you step and climb and shove 

You grope and slip and slide 

And all that gold so polished bright 

Goes down in dusty pride. 

Oh, but you will never learn 

The world is hard and bleak 

But yet you strive and stretch your arms 

To try and reach the peak. 

So wander on my roving star 

Roam near, roam far, and high 

But with you take my pondered words 

"The world's for YOU to find." 



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by Rivy Halberstam 

Time 

for what — 
Just give Me the time 

you'll see what can be done . . . 
tick tick tick 
But time flies by 

no time to do 
What... 

Oh anything 
Anything can be done 

with time for doing it 
Then . . . 

The void, vast, vacuum 
BooM, CraSh, baNg . . . 
and I, left alone 

have time to do — 
nothing. 




A Crack 

by Noemi Lowinger 

Time is change; Change is timeless. . . 

Was if just yesterday? Had that agony pervaded her being so short a time 
ago? A day ago when her heart was full of misgiving, full of fears of the unknown? 
No, it was four days ago to be exact. 

She had entered the room through a crack in the wall. Behind her was a haze, 
fearful and meaningless. In front was on even more dreadful sight. Tremendous, 
awesome and commanding creatures covered the scene. Lest they catch sight of her 
and devour her, she made herself as small as possible. The whole of that first day 
was spent in avoiding these beings, these entities with eyes that dared you to disobey. 

Suddenly it was night. It was morning. The second day. The end of the begin- 
ning. She had advanced from her secluded snare, unnoticed by the giants or even 
by herself. Another had taken her place; had she given but a glance she would have 
seen a gap in place of the faint crack. 

And yet the third day. She had begun to denote a glint of kindness in those 
eyes. In herself she perceived a growth. Wings? Perhaps a soaring of the spirits 
to greater heights? A look back would have shown a narrow window. Wisps of 
sunshine and light would beckon to her. But her eyes were turned only to this strange, 
small world. 

The fourth and fmal day! At last! to — upon emerging on this day, she had 
become one of those monsters. Fear not, she hadn't claws nor scales. Instead she 
felt and seemed ethereal, exquisite and heavenly. A heady, airy feeling was about 
her. Now in fact she smiled at her previous imaginings. The crack was a wide open 
door. The view outside, the clearest and loveliest she had ever seen. Proudly and 
with confidence she strode through the open gate. 

Was it just yesterday? Time had passed so quickly, yet she realized it was 
four days ago. With the passing of time many subtle changes had occurred. A 
frightened young- girl with few ideas about the world had entered in her stead. I 
left, the essential key in my hand. 

Now she knew. This wasn't the only crack she would encounter. In fact, she 
herself would have to make the crack many times in many a solid wall. 

One thought, however, loomed the largest — These four days I will never forget. . . 



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.H'U'ynn nx inns D^aa-i.in .isa nmaj D"n nan nns nx^an n^iaiin -•■'^yn 

.D^asD iDD 'na innoi nxn r^ni yiar: 
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t:ja'?K Day ix'an an .nnay snp lyT sb is idd •'ii?3S vn onspa .n'7DE-na mann 
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.ms mis lyT- x'? nan .D"m inv th 'jas nvi^yn '^li'a naiaa 
DiTTiiyispa riK laTia ix^am D''snn d'-ii'jn D'^a^nn .yis'? nana nx^'an la'n n^Vy 
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mt'? inso: on .on^na Vnw •'aixnan 'lai^n '^y lajnn'? n^^ D'lnnn a^'Viyn '?y 

.D'li'inn D'biyn ui n'^rcnn n'rnn is .anaaa'sn ay D'aanyna i'7nni yim a"nn 
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nyi'? nysu>n om'pnu? nnn-'i n'-'raii'ia n'wjsa D'''7iyn "py ican ,y)H2 a'p^m vnii? 

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ixa; nii'Dxi a^iir nvpa lifinn ''^snii^n nnn mnnsnn nx ]i3n naanan n^an^yn 

.•'iin-'b mn-' ]'3 nis'nan n^a'^yn 



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.irms'xc n^a.ii'snm av h2-'^ n^uaai 

rra n'n"? yaui nr o's'rs sman nya^ -msn aisn asa nsa oapi u mni:' 
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.nrn 'rsirn n'7iya anxn 'i:;ya 

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.T'Tij?'? nuiai f-\'&i Kin win nn .TU'n dh's inssii' nnvji 

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J .tt'itt' 13' Dm^^1 D'xip D'a-nn 'Tsai mspi iu'xt iraT 

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■jy D''7S3na rn n'aiy D'aonnD nvsua .cam niu? onay ix'an '29 my^lxa„ 
lysin D^jinya .D'sy D'Taira rn D'aian nn nx Tyon"? nai n'Tn'n 'aiiy "jy 
"ry ]irn na^xa o'syn inax lys n'n "jn^i .isnu'ja' csy "jy ;iyT:*ii:' nny Vy onson 

".oyn '?y D'rian ma 
'?iyi:;aa 'tt'pa Sn^na oiaiDixn .nspin 'jaa nam'? nann .psxa D'xna r'?oa 'nn 

.'■jn Tiran"? d's^xj lax .D'ypaa ypnj '7i'?:in .'riVnn 
nmu? ,i:asi D'aa^n nsa nnn .mna ma'a n'n nxwn 'i'?''? maa^^n mam oao 
pni yau?i x'? njn dw .an oixy nma ,v-iNn m::p "jaa ''7Xni:"n ny:n 's'?x ,nnm? 
i^N D'lsyia D'yna .a"? 'pay n-nmi? np'yan n'ann nx nynsn ns'?inn x\rv\ n'an 
•inaix Dy iy 'lu^pa -lann^i isnx nx Tnyn'?i Tan"? la"? 'c^sn lyi: 
.D'syn ny'Dj"? ini la^on .-I'lxn nx nn'js np'ni:? 
■jy D'sna ijx nnx Ta .nyva n''?yn ,'7i'?n inn .n:\osn u^xi '^x o'V'sya ijx 

.nnn n'sa n'D'?ian D'y'?on 'ii'-x-ia o'lnxj n'3tt>ai D'np'n D'^'na^n 
.a'rn 'paya n'j'sn jn'r'Bn i'?a'?a irnstt^i nna nsn:u7 mana uyuj mp:Tn nx 







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ATtONAL 




I lationat .^Jv-onof S^ocieiu 

A bright intelligence, whose flame 
Glows in each member of the frame 
And stirs the mighty whole. 




PRESIDENT: 1. Pruskin 
VICE-PRESIDENT. A. Pohrille 
ADVISOR: Rabbi Y. Dardac 



This folio of four pages, happy work! 
Which not even critics criticize. 




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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: N. Lowinger 
CO-EDITOR: G. Hochberg 
HEBREW EDITOR: Y. Max 



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A. Rosenbaum, S. Tropper, S. Werner 




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Sianding, left to right — 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF; R. Edel'stein 

ENGLISH EDITOR: S. Silverstein 

HEBREW EDITOR: Y. Max 

FEATURE EDITOR: S. Tropper 

PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS. G. Lipschitz, J. Kuhl 

ART EDITOR: M. Rabinowitz 

CO-EDITOR: J. Rosenfeld 

Seated, left to rigfit — 

TYPING EDITORS: A. Karash, 6. Fogel 

BUSINESS MANAGERS: M. Tennenbaum, F. Kramer 

ART EDITOR: E. Rimalt 

Special thanks to Arlene Levine and Naomi Schiffer 
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our boats have arrived from Shulamlth, Bais Yaakov, Crown Heights 
Yeshiva and other ports into the "Central" shipyard, to await the construction of the 
large ship that is to carry us onward. . . 

We encounter one of our main architects — case of mistaken identity — Sorry 
Rabbi Friedman! We thought you were the — Oh Well! never mind. . . New builder 
hired! "Fire and Brimstone" Dardac—red vest and matching socks and a tool chest 
full of "mussar" for ALL occasions. . . . 
October, 1958 — March, 1959 

All right Folks! We are proud to announce that we have a very good friend of 
6. 8. (Bugs Bunny) working here — Dr. E. Fudd—What do you hear in the best of 
circles? Shakespeare all around. . . First Letter of introduction. . . Speaking of intro- 
ductions, today we were introduced to two chubby medics — Right foot up! Now 
left! Results: 50% flat feet; 34% bowlegged; 7 51/2% pigeontoed; and 1/2% knock- 
kneed — All the rest in "ship" shape. . . We took to the bottle that day — and we 
don't mean the Pepsies either!. . . Girls! Act like ladies! There's enough for everyone 
— stampede in the basement caused by free ice-cream at Big Sister, Little Sister As- 
sembly . . . Today we tested the basement for a fallout shelter. We had everything 
and everyone downstairs — oh yes, we were short one item — oxygen. . . Still, 
culture around the yard — "Scarlet Oh! No!" Grossman is giving us music lessons and' 
taking points in return. Many of us are filling out I. O. U.'s. . . We did it! We won 
the competitive assembly by presenting the "Four Phases that One Faces in Central" 
— a four act play. . . Tuesdays and Thursdays and our "Greene" horn herself is 
building us up "vit" her physical education course — change of outfits in the "shower" 
room. . .Today, Builder Bernie A. did it! He gave it to Annie right in the "kiss"-er. 
Bernie! Behave yourself!. . . Respiration game with Dr. Lewin, our Second architect. 
When he walks in, we hold our breath. When he leaves — AAaaah. . . Class elections 
and Joyce Botnick elected secretary. . . . 
April, 1959 — June, 1959 

Today, tiny tots are romping around the ship — pigtails, bows, lollypops and 
short skirts — April Fools! All left with April 2nd except short skirts. . . Purim Operetta 
— very entertaining and amusing. Ah Groise Gedilah Foon De Megilah . . . "Knuckles" 
Alper, the builders' HAND-y man, keeps us moving at all times. Tell us Barbara A.! 
Are teachers really human? . . . Mr. Alper! Do empty barrels really make the most 
noise? . . . Lag B'omer Trip — unforseen enjoyment . . . Mr. Weinstein, an ardent fan 
of Gregory "Peck," is at it again — But Mr. W., we are not mental cockroaches! . . . 
Sometimes we cannot help but note that some of our builders have "loose screws." . . . 
June, 1959 

Finals approaching and we must really thank "Knuckles" Alper and "Pucker up' 
Annie E. for giving us such an EASY test . . As we took it, it all just came back to 
us!?!?!. . . . 



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SOPHOMORE 

September, 1959 — January, 1960 

The two-month-vacation is over, and we re back minus a group of friends who 
were "shipped" to the newly established branch of the Central shipyard on A^on- 
hattan Island. . . New architect aboard as Carmel "abandons ship" — "Hard Worker" 
tialpern, who is the unofFicial "princ/PAL" worker in the yard. . . Replacement for 
Martin Lilker, as student advisor — We don't want to mention names, but his initials 
are Milton Spin . . . French import from Egypt — Monsieur Maurice Mashal (ooh la la) . . . 
Jakie first period and everyone is davening with "Kabalah" . . . Don't forget, Mrs. 
Jacobson — shake well before using . . . By the way, Mrs. J., Regards from Bubbles — 
Sfie said she'd be blowing in one of these days. . . Thanksgiving play — Dungaree 
Dolls — mixed opinions — Like man, some cats just ain't hep. . . Grossman again and 
we learn a lesson: 'When out of pencils or your pens do flood, use your lipstick or your 
blood. . . leva Epstein with elementary Bio., and we're all looking forward to Joffen 
and advanced. . . Miss Reiback engaged — Mazel Tov. . . Oddities of the Odd — 
Builders "Untidy Friday" Sokolow — must leave room first and put out light as he 
does so — Let's face it! Sokolow is just the first of our builders to be discovered walking 
around in the dark. . . Oh Mr. Sokolow! Tell us more about Greenwich Village. . . 
Dr. Fudd again — second letter of introduction. . . Class elections — once more Joyce 
Botnick elected — Treasurer. . . . 
February, 1960 — June, 1960 

Another new builder is hired — "Chopsie" Rubel as a replacement for "Fingers" 
Berenholtz — transferred to Manhattan shipyard. . . Flash! Snap! "Suspenders " Perl- 
man is clicking away with his camera — fomous author of "How to Make Profit from 
Pictures." . . . "Steady There " Steif is teaching us Chumash — Veiss! stop shaking your 
foot! You're making me nervous. . . But Miguel! Par Favor! Please! We go into lounge 
— Yes? No.' No tickee — No entry. . . Drip! drip! drip! Snowball planted above Dar- 
dac's desk — we get a test. . . Drip! drip! drip! Snowball planted above Weinstein's 
desk — we get — Rabbi Friedman — drip! drip! drip!. . . Sing along with Seymour Sil- 
bermintz. . . Credits anyone? Tutor your tutor to tutor the tutored. . . Two Sophomore 
Weekends! Boro Park and Sing-down; Crown Heights and Shiomo Carlbach — Nu, 
so where are the Maidlach'i'. . . "Cosmopolitan" Cantor, oldest builder in the ship- 
yard enters the French class and — But Monsieur! We're not taking Spanish . . . Again 
we cannot help but admit that some of our builders have rusty screws. . . "Red Faced" 
Raab with matching yarmulkas and ties — Tell us Mr. Raab — who's giving them that 
feminine touch?. . . 

June is approaching rapidly as time goes on . . . new experience . . . regents . . . 
G-d Bless Albany???. . . At last another ten months have gone by. . . . 





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JUNIOR 

September, 1960 — December, 1960 

September again and we are really going up in fhis world — we've ascended 
another deck — from second to third floor. Unwillingly, we're buckling down to the 
hard year before us. — No Jakie — No Grossmorj — but "6/onde Bombshell" hits the 
T^^^uilder Bitone. . . "Chopsie" Rubel is teaching us Chumash — Moreh! What 
do you do if an "eved" dies? Reply — Bury him. . . ("fill it in yourself") Kamber first 
period — Learning dikduk can be fun — Buzz . . . "No talking during davening, this is 
not a shut" . . . "Sarah Horowitz" — are you missing your transportation ticket?? (trans- 
portation ticket — something you've got to lose to get another one). . . We're taking 
chemistry and really getting an education — Annenberg's really building up the moral-e 
of his students — Attention Fredda K. — Any friend of Zorro is a friend of mine. . . 
Arista interview — "Alone, alone, all all alone." . . . "Cheskie" Epstein replaces 
"Knuckles" Alper as ship's HAND-y man — to him we leave a poem entitled "To Those 
Who've Failed." . . . President Kennedy elected. . . E. Fudd once more — third letter 
of introduction. . . Joyce Botnick did it again — Wee president of her class!. . . 
December, 1960 — June, 1961 

New 'Year's vacation and "Ring Ding" Sodden returns after having attended two 
"burying parties" — fell into grave-situation. . . Finals. . . Halpern proctors. . . Hems 
up. . . Sarah leaves. . . Tzippy follows. . . Sarah returns. . . So does Tzippy. . 
"Lovable" Lewin has his blueprints mixed up — (midterms -\- fmals) = failures . . . 
Mineroff absent — Wfiot do I do (swook!) when my teacher (ding) is absent? — Five 
points off (Dong!) . . . Our French builder Mashal, is giving us pointers on the founda- 
tions — and we don't mean this ship's. . . "F&B" Dardac once more: Moreh! If a bagel 
is not a bagel, what is it???. . . Jeudi R. complains about the absence of Ruach around 
the shipyard — "Filatelist" Friedman replies — Open the door and lei some in. . . 
"Atomic" Annenberg again — You have a point there — right between your ears. . . 
The Honorable RULER, Charlie, is INCHing around on his FEET in the shipYARD with his 
ruler — Hems down to all — Out blouses in are crazy enough, but vests are ridiculous! 
p-Even Mashal has tucked his jacket in . . . "Young lady! Are you wearing stockings?" 
Gitel L: Show him the run. . . 7+7 = 7, one Mr. Raab + one lucky girl = one happy 
couple — Maze! Tov . . . Surprise raid — by Fire Department — Fooled you, didn't we! 
. . . Lab cited — But what's ten pound excess KCL03 — Boom.' Big question for the next 
month — Who's that man on the First floor with a pail of water, reading The New 
York Times?. . . 

. . .The year continues and we're terribly "bored of education" . . . "Fingers" 
Berenholtz is back — big decision — either hebrew sten or tape recorder — Veiter! Vei- 
ter!. . . Sing time and our hidden talents have Finally come to the surface — Maybe 
next year we'll be First — As is said — "Don't give up the ship" . . . Elections approach- 
ing and we Find that our constitution is unconstitutional — Petitions just never work. . . 
Presidential elections. . . Presidential elections. . . Presidential elections. . . Naomi 
victor (victim). . . Finals. . . Regents. . . Regents. . . Regents. . . Regents. . . Regents 
. . . REGENTS. . . and a summer vacation well earned. . . . 




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'iQioo 'uDiqaioo 'S 'Bjsqanoo 'w 'Sjaqaioo 'h. 




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SENIOR 

September ?96J — December 1961 

The ship is almost finished. It's just a matter of months and we'll all be ready 
to "set sail." Until then, though, we still have five months of hard labor and then 
"smooth sailing" till graduation. . . . 

This year seems to be the same as the three previous ones, except that WE'RE 
running the school — Sen/or.- Mrs. Halpern, may I please have an excused admit? 
"Why? Why not?? . . . Scholarship tests and Rabbi Friedman: We are all going to 
pass out — papers of course. . . . Naomi G., Arlene R., Rivy H., Lee 6. — the big four. 
. . . Secret meeting with Rabbi Fulda — keen competition for Dr. Joffen . . . "Itchy" 
Gendler ninth period but his seventh period course is even more interesting . . . 
Gendler and "Krash" and mental telepathy. . . . Gendler-. Are you a warm person? 
Shugie T: Well it depends, how warm is warm? . . . Stern propaganda. . . . We've 
had heartaches with Trig but some of us are still brave (or stupid) enough to continue 
with A. A. . . . Permutations and Combinations with Uncle Miltie and we're really 
'fSWrrrrrg- — Did you know that boys and girls multiply? . . . Fudsy Wudsy again and 
fourth letter of introduction. . . . Elmer: I just read an amusing obituary. . . . Exodus 
and Entrance — "Untidy Friday" Sokolow "abandons ship" but still remains fait^ 
advisor to yearbook staff — three cheers for So/c . . . Sok! Sok! Sokl . . . "Voguish" 
Gold supersedes Sokolow and we're all "seasick " with economics. . . . Stern propa- 
ganda. . . . Chanukah Chagiga with Gail I. as M.C. (She was wearing gloves of 
course). Surprise entertainment — the Rochvim — and above all hip-hip hooray for 
Shevi W. . . . College Boards and Betty Crocker Test — only Amy L. knows how to 
butter her ham — but we all know how to kosher our chickens — ancf other things 
too, thanks to Dr. Joffen. . . . "Monsieur Dardac, you have two minutes more" . . . 
Yearbook pictures with "Gorgeous George" — fhe sky is blue. . . . Pedro cleans 
up and "yearbook" is missing — Panic and tears, but all is found in "ship-hape" 
in the garbage. . . . Gail H. disgusted with Kussin^Gail H.: "If you're ready, so 
am I" — for History. . . . 
January 1962 — June 1962 

New term begins . . . new course — C&C — Crazy and Coofcoo Class with 
Charming Charlie. . . . It's raining in the shipyard and we're literally walking between 
the raindrops. . . . Careful not to kick the bucket. . . . Locator cards instead of 
Delaney Cards. . . . "F & 6" Dardac again and Stern propaganda. . . . Zippy P. 
and Dardac Moreh! you ought to be a Rabbi in a shul. You know how to say the 
same thing in so many difFerent ways! . . . Flats off to John Glenn Jr. and we're all 
out of this world and in a state of weightlessness with the thought of graduation. 
. . . "Monsieur Dardac, your two minutes are up." . . . It's almost unbelievable — 
Joyce Botnick elected for the fourth year successively — this time as president of her 
class. . . . Frank discussion with Applbaum — Fudsy: In lover's lane, there is feeling 
without sight. . . . New face around Central. . . . Adele Lieberman back from one 
of her shore leaves — Thanks for the visit, Adele. . . . Purim Play — v/onderful acting, 
dancing, typing and drinking — and o large kadimah for Jeudi De Mille for superbly 
directing the successful play. . . . Remember — You Can't Take If With You. . . . 
Dr. Joffen — need we say more? . . . Kussin gives us a philosophical note: fiere 
everybody talks at once — It saves time. . . . Seder preparations with Rabbi Dardac 
— scale and stop watch, needed essentials. . . . Pesach vacation gone and gradua- 
tion is almost here. The last few nails are being hammered into the deck of fhe 
ship. . . . Finals and Regents. . . . The sails are going up — fair winds are blowing. 
. . . Graduation and tears. . . . The anchor is lifted and we're slowly drifting out of 
the "Central Shipyard" which has sheltered us for the past four years. . . . One 
last look and we "set sail" into the wide and seemingly endless sea of life. . . . 













The youth physically and mentally nurtured through Preparation become 
the passengers, the challengers of Life. 



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BARBARA AUSTER 

Always the sweet look of innocence — but we know 
she really isn't — loads up on laughter and then explodes 
'-'and we do too — always cheerful, never AUSTERe -^ 
her BARometer of happiness is constantly on the rise ^ 
forever ready to STER up trouble ^ Dr. Linick's candi- 
date for Miss Admit ig62 ^ Boro Park's loss was Ben- 
sonhurt's gain -^ we know she'll meet no BARriers to 
success. 

.... PERT 

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FRANCES EILEEN BAUM 

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Frances is always ^'bright and shining," giving off "light" 
to all near~well known for her FRANtasti,c antics during 
the Spanish class — member of the S.S.S. — rings the bell 
as President and Vice President of Jier class ^ BAUMI 
^ one of the Rochvim ,-~ we're all "green" with envy of 
Frances of the flashing eyes." 

.... ILLUMINATING 




LILLIAN BRODY 

Last, but by no means least of the Brody sisters to 
Centralize their learning ^ playfully plies the piano 
keyboard to produce pleasin results ^" red" dy to go wild 
over a certain color, which proves she's not bull-headed -- 
LI Lting sense of humor which makes her one of the top 
class kibitzers-may seem like a "strenger" to some, but 
she It always be welcome in our hearts 

.... ATTRACTIVE 

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MALKA BROOME 

A-Flame with news — - helps spread all the news that's 
fit to print — ^ as Flame's nosey news editor — natural, red 
hair — ' that s right, we said natural — member in good 
standing of the exclusive BDEF Club — Malkie, our 
savior — her homework always came to the rescue when 
we needed it ^ there's ROOM at the top for Malkie and 
we know she's sure to sweep her way to success. 
.... VALUABLE 

.mjoa rT>bv a'ao mjyn 




LEAH BROYDE 

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Proud to be reLEE reliable as G.O. Secretary ^ giving 
and deserving much "credit" — keeps close "contact" with 
all books as school librarian, while busy BROYDEning 
her knowledge -^I^lATcHless tutor —■ has Central "up- 
to-date" as head of English Chagim — bound to remain 
ahead. 

.... EFFICIENT 

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SYLVIA DAMESEK 

A SYLph-like spirit who aims for the "heights" — 
"teem"ing energy which keeps her "on-the-ball even 
when it is just a drop-in the basket ^ flares the Flame 
with an on the "sport" report -^"guiding line" of English 
Chagim — heads the line of the clever — frequented the 
front of the room for four years ^^ bound to retain that 



CONGENIAL 



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ROSEMARY LOUISE DUMONT 

Bouncy blonde from Brighton ^ long hair, short hair, 
long hair — - cheerful cheerleader — possessor of an AiRY 
personality ^ skated through many long wintry Thursday 
nights — Rahbi Dardac's "Rayzel in the Sun" ^^ devout 
culture seeker —' fanatic fan of Theo Bikel — we nominate 
our Mr. Kiroy for the theatre's Tony award — good friend 
of Minii and Yivian ■— our prediction, a ROSY future. 

.... ENTHUSIASTIC 

-THD nyiyn no'pin 



REVA EDELSTEIN 

Refined "E-del" \^-irtuous Assiduous — within her 
burns a strong desire for perfection and the Elchanette 62 
remains as proof ^- as captain of the crew she led bravely, 
diligently, and above all compassionately — an irrepress- 
ible force constantly stimulates her to do something^-' 
ujhether it is "making dates " with Chagim or flourishing 
in skits and plays — or delving into the depths with her 
literary pen and mind^^or "sailing through the rough' 
with the yearbook^^or — it matters not what she under- 
takes, for she will encounter much hatzlacha as she sails 
the Sea of Life. 

.... BLESSED 

niTpsa Twm — nanva ,mT' -m?y nb — nasnn 
niTaa nVi'js — ma'Dm ,nn''T' nb nmn — mann 





ESTHER ENGLANDER 

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Rabbi Sodden' s choice for Miss Rheingold 1964 ^ — 
Established herself as a perennial favorite with many 
teachers ^^ and with us ^^ always ENGrossed in books '— 
a former .Beth Jacobian reformed by Central — cheerful 
smile surrounded by a pretty face — an Englander without 
an accent -^ Rabbi Perlman called her "charming Esther" 
<—' we think it's a perfect description. 

.... CHAINAFDIK 

..Tas nay ba. nTKn ]n mi:a 



LEAH PEINE 

ns'? 

Leah's type is very hard to "fein'ea '-^ she's an intelli- 
gent girl who's down to earth ~^ one of the BDEF's — a 

"leftist" with all her teachers — our truest B'nei Akivanih, 
Leah is LEAving us to fulfill her deepest desire — L'sho- 

tiah Hahaah B yerushalaim — A leah ! — we hate to see 
her go hut we wish her all the luch and happines in her 
new home. 

.... FINE 

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BARBARA FOGEL 

Sweet, petite, neat- — in short ^ a treat! — ' Sparhling 
Singer Sewing Stylist ~^ a little "foygil" that flutters with 
friendliness and fun — the haimish "type" — a future 
prodigy as wife and mother — already an "aishes chayil" 
'- Sandy — locked self-siyler and self -snipper — a gro- 
cery' full of goodies and goodness for all ^- hard to 
-FOGet." 

.... DELIGHTFUL 



AVIVA FENIGSTEIN 

Sweet voiced singer of shirim — her harmony adds sparh 
to the Rochvim ^ lively. SPRlNGlike personality which 
combines perfectly with her name — spends each Kayitz at 
Massad where she brushes up on her Ivrit ^ spends school 
time brushing up on her Francais in Monsieur's class — 
pepped up the Boosters — and boosted the Hebrew Library 
Squad ^ a sure bet for a happy future. 

.... WONDERFUL 

D572'' Twn -lb^p 
.'an min TJnm 





SHULAMITH GERBER 

Posed a double threat as both athletic manager and 
member of the unpredictable basketball team — reactivated 
the bowling and volleyball crews ^ right-hand gal of many 
teachers, although she's allergic to them on Thursday 
mornings ^-i exploded her way through "You Can't Take 
It Wiffi You ' as Paul Sycamore -— rumored to be part 
owner of Gerber Baby Foods ^ one of the Arista-cratic 
seniors — ■ sure to find the basket of success within easy 
reach. 

.... SPORTIVE 

.mTi '70'? nnam 




BASHY GLASS 

As head of the knitting club, Bashy has successfully 
woven her way into the hearts of the seniors ~~ Bashy 
keeps us well fed with permissible foods as Kashruth head 
^ Always on the GO as member of the G.O. -^ Has lots 
of "drive" as charity collector ~^ her "type" of girl is our 
best type . . . not "Bash'ful on stage — a crystal of a girl. 

.... PERSONABLE 



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HILDA JOY GOLDBERG 

GOLDen locks so long and lovely — GOLDen speech 
so lucid and knowing '-^ Justly Walued rebuttal '—' co- 
owner of the ever popular third floor miiror — unDE- 
BATEably a muy bien senonta and a blessing to the 
Spanish language — Exceptional, Erudite, Eloquent and 
Endowed with Excellence in Everything ^ No "hill" or 
"berg" will stand in her way to happiness and achieve- 
ment. 

.... ELITE 

.T'^a■l^< ipria ins rra a'rno 



MARCIA GOLDBERG 

Bom in Alabama^ raised in the South of Boro Park — 
possessor of GOLDen talent for producing glittering, 
glamorous sweaters and yannulhas ^ demure devotee of 
Mr. Spin — reMARkable math student, efficient secretary 
— ' inquisitive asker of puzzling questions — maternal in- 
stincts which make her an unbeatable baby sitter — MAR- 
velously good-natured — a noble personality, truly "as 
good as gold." 

.... SINCERE 

.D'^pys nj?i3si D'pjay riijy 




SHULAMITH GOLDBLATT 

A "cheer'ful and channing cheerleader, Shulie is also 
an intelligent mem.ber of the Arista ^ the sophisticated 
star of the Chanukah Chagiga — a living "walking" talk- 
ing doll ^- one of the lucky ones to remain in the Sten 
class ^- one of Hoffman's favored favorites, Shulie is al- 
ways prepared with a "golden blatt" of Gemorrah. 

.... CUTE 

.miaa n'?iy nan"? nan 




SHARRON GOODSTADT 

Sarah or Sharron, no matter what slie is called, has 
"good stat "us among her classmates — ' one of the funniest 
seniors, she was a smas/iing success as Air. De Pinna in 
the Purim Play^ — Boom! — a true Berenholz fan, Sarah is 
always asking for I^Iussar — fun-loving and warm, she'll 
always be remembered for her crazy stunts. 

.... LIVELY 




NAOMI RACHEL GOTTLIEB 

Our energetic "presidentka" is always busy doing some- 
thing ^ eating in her classes, speaking to the Rabbi and 
other such things ^ seriously though, we've "got" to admit 
that she follows earnestly in the Gottlieb tradition in her 
devoted service to her sdhool - the Naomihalf of a She- 
''"° ACDTnmT^" seventeen years ago -^ always smiling. 
.... AoPIkING 

.mz3T ntbva m'7y'? maisym nj? mnj 




RIVY HALBERSTAM 

Our Rivy's either dancing through the halls or out of 
classrooms — stocks up on late admits ^ probably uses 
them as bookmarks in her biblio-blockade ,in the base- 
ment — "maA" *s maddest! — What me worry?]?! — should 
meet up with "Oscar" pretty soon — with Central's 
treasured" memory she's sure to reach success and not 
only "halbe" of the way. 

. . . BUBBLY 

.ma nna n'na'? 




EVA HERMAN 

mtn 

Her charming MAlSner is EVAluated by all as in- 
comparaWe - skated through four years - and we found 
her ILED with a happy name which hides beNEATh 
It a wonderful personality ^ a DRESSy combination of 
sugar and spice and everything nice — note-worthy for 
her part in having the Purim cast "made up" of the best — 
was cast to enjoy continuous happiness 

.... COSMOPOLITAN 

n-'im TiB nSjn i"? np-^m nna 



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GAIL HOCHBERG 

ram 

A "gale" of wisdom which blew us off our feet — 
noiea to be one of the nicest — capable editor of the 
Flame — "number"ed among the tutors — was sent to hnit 
and found herself at u'orR for a L^laster Spin ner — ' 
ai'read y hook' ed for fanie — will mount to heights for 
she is one of the few who is to be commended for having 
"merit'ed it. 

.... LAUDABLE 

.nann nnnz: mim"? nnai 




ELAINE HOCHMAN 

nnoK 

As head helper for Mrs. Halpern, Elaine efficiently 
MANaged secretarial duties in the office — bright, happy 
smile MANifesled in a cheery face—ELiminates pounds 
and keeps in trim at Vic Tunny's -^ forever losing weight, 
u>hile always continuing to win friends — Central s mAN- 
nerly mail-girl who visits the T.A. post office each morn- 
ing — ELevatecl spirit, which is sure to take her on to 
greater heights. 

.... CONSIDERATE 




ANN HOOK 
nm 

^Ve'ue really HOOKed a good catch in Ann — she's 
a poet and we know it -^ finds another animated fortn of 
expression in Israeli dancing — and another in acting ^ 
still another in sports ^- sure to go down in history as 
Central s greatest xylophone virtuoso, a brown-eyed and 
blue-eyed lass — clearly an all-around girl^^hard to find 
ANNother like her. 

.... APPEALING 



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GAIL IMBERMAN 

A fervent Floridian with that "freilach", fresh flavor^ 
just like a citrus fi-uit-juicy, smooth ana with a little 
tang — ' bejewelled with sunny, ' florid" humor — crowned 
with long brown tresses — ' cheerfulest head of our cheerful 
cheerers — - Hatikva is in her family — her "tikva" is a trip 
to Eretz Yisroel '-' we'll rem'imber" her as M.C. (merry 
comedienne) of our chagiga — and for the countless times 
she's evoked our laughter. 

.... GAY 

.nmn man qiDn 



DIANE KAPLAN 

mim 

Attired in the most "bee "fitting garb ^ was found to be 
just the covering for a bee 'charming person who hives the 
sweet-as-honey personality ^ a "cheery" manner which 
livened up our games atid hearts — KAP nbly kept the 
books up to date -^ succeeded in the Puiim Play in her 
MAID-en efforts to appear with a change of face ^ drew 
loud applause from all and shall continue to receive them 
as she acts on life s stage. 

.... SWEET 

ISDiJ moD an napni •'lyz: 
T-ry mD3 'S'm inn '^ax 





ADELE KARASH 

Wit/i Adele, laughter is definitely the best medicine ^ 
her warm and unique giggle may be hewd throughout the 
halls of Central ^ she's "typing " her way to the top ^ a 
true picture of a maidel with "shvartz chain' — her acting 
ability (ballet too) has been exhibited in many school pro- 
ductions ^ a "krash'ing success with all. 

.... AIDEL 

n'?''?n -nnii'3 myii? 
.nV nan I'Xi n'Ji7nii^ 



JUDITH KATZ 

H'n 

The tomato that loves tomatoes, especially for breakfast — 
Kussin's Best Baffon Binder ^- "stitch, stitch, stitch" ^- 
a frisky fascinating fotographer that "Flames with fervor 
'-'Sideline comments that move CLASS to RING with 
laughter — wonder why she makes THOSE orders???? — 
but we won't DEBATE on that! — "maid" it in time for 
]ohn Glenn — just Very devoted to the team — drinks in 
words of wisdom — Hid 

.... DIFFERENT 

.man mns D5?i dv ]wb2 





GOLDIE KEEHN 

nanr 

Goldie is well known among her friends for her courage- 
ous feats ~-' she'll wear anything onceJ -^ an extremist — ' 
from page-boy to pixie ^ Gloria? ■— Raooi Sodden s not- 
able honor student ^^ when she's in class "-keeps losing 
contact with her contacts ^- be happy, go lucky girl — the 
"glory " of all her classmates. 

.... CAREFREE 

mix 1013 or nix bv^ 



NL\RILYN KINSBERG 

Bensonhurst-nik Marilyn is noted for her MARvelous 
good nature — you'll auvays find her wilLYN to lend a 
helping hand — a n^ember of the Thursday night ice- 
skating crowd — adds spark and liveliness to lunch-time 
jam sessions by her mastery of the keyboard ^^ will spend 
this summer in Israel — guaranteed to spend a lifetime in 
happiness. 

. . . GENEROUS 

,n3''iKi nti-'s: man 
.na'121 — TIT mu?' 





ADELE KLEIN 

n»n: 

ADded ADornment to the boosters with her DElighlful 
self ^-' always ADhering to the latest styles and always 
looking ADorable in them -^ comes from way up in the 
north of Boro Park -^ one of those Thursday night ice- 
skaters — ' and one of those Gendler gals — dark glasses 
cannot hide the bright and shining light of her pleasant 
and suTuiy personality. 

.... STYLISH 

,Tsix nnai in n'py 




SUSAN KLEIN 

Senior member of the latest Keen Klein Klan in Central 
-^ also a member of the clan of Boro Park late-comers — 
skillfully flips and rolls her crowning glory ^ "play"fully 
designs costumes ^ "suits" us to a T with her own lovely 
outfits — one of the Arista-cratic seniors ^ a temperamental 
cottage cheese eater r— but a perpetual coffee drinker — 
Superior sten student ^ perfect features to fit a perfect 
face. 

.... STRIKING 

.n3:57 Tfub nixa Vy n-iyu/i 




SANDRA KLUGHAUPT 

Zese is her name personified ; sweet as a piece of sugar ^ 
friends by the thousands, "Sarah Horowitz numbers in 
the top ten — ' begins her school day at five after nine — 
Sandra? ^ another member of the ever-growing contact 
lenses club ^-' her sudden and amusing comments have 
made her one of the funniest seniors. 

.... ZESE 

miam npina myj 



BARBARA KOPITO 

„ '■'^'^ 
Barbara gives a "boosi" to the third floor as part owner 

of the third floor minor — a whiz with knitting and sew- 
ing needles, the latter illustrated in the fabulous costumes 
of the Purim Play — has hopes of being a fashion designer 
— ' she has a different hairdo for different moods on differ- 
ent days — a "Bella Bella" girl. 

.... FASHIONABLE 

.mssn'? nnsT ,ts3 'jaya 




FREDDA KRAMER 

W''e give her cREDif for having been a "treasur'ed 
member of the GO. — one of the physix — EDucated in 
knitting — for the other half of her education, our Fredda 
relies on the original Kramer's Kwik Kramming f^lethod 
'—' Fredda's efficiency in money-handling plus her per- 
sistence "ad" up to our great Elchanette Business Man- 
ager ^ always REDdy with admits ^ may our FJK rise 
to the heights of JFK. 

.... CONFIDENT 

mapi nw^b n'?DZ'i2 




JANINE KUHL 
miff 

"Jay-nine" is constantly flashing in and out at the 
right time to snap the right pictures of the right people 
doing the wrong things — she's our smiling Swiss import 
from Canada who excels in French —• keeps in close con- 
tad " with her friends — when in need, never hesitate to 
"phone her up'-^a real "Kuhl Kat." 

.... ACCOMPLISHED 




ARLENE NEDA LEVINE 

nni 

When you hear those "boomlay, boomlay, hoomlay 
booms" you hnow that somewhere near you'll find our 
Lenie hanging away on her bongos — always eager to 
strengthen the "Bond" between Us and Y.U. ~^ oh, so 
proud of the fact that she ain't "lene" no morel '-^ a 
member of the famous Levine artists, who excels in 
"drawing" laughs and smiles from everyone and "brush- 
ing" some of her warm, good humor on all around her. 

.... GREGARIOUS 




JUDY LIEBER 

r\•'l^n•• 

Faithful, famous friend of Freud — "at home and/or at 
school with Dr. L." ~^ a Connecticut Yankee in King 
Charlie's Court — Kussin's Kutest Komber ^ a hairdo a 
day keeps him ^ permanently parked in Boro Park ^-i a 
lovely, lively, especially "lieber" meidel ^ a star in por- 
traying someone else and a star in being her own intel- 
ligent, understanding self. 

.... CANDID 

.mK3 inaiai 




ADELE LIEBERMAN 

Purple, green and many other rainbow hows for this 
green-eyed (not blue-eyed) blond — better late than never, 
and with Adele it's usually never ^ an Arista member^ 
a shining and worthy "Penny" in the Purim Play^ 
Adele is "tops" as "head" of the Yarmulka Club~^"A 
DEL"ightful individual^^A plotting pretend-playwright 
and a perceptive poignant poet. 

.... SCINTILLATING 



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GITEL LIPSCHITZ 

A bright FLASH which SNAPS life into each extin- 
guished fire — ' while dispersing her warmth throughout — 
a vibrant personality ^ a lively person who utilized her 
talents as she "eyed" the photo club '^ and was the watch- 
ful "eye" of the ELCHANETTE staff ^ " prop" erly com- 
mitted herself to the aid of the Purim play — "voluntarily" 
headed to aid the sick ^ turned out to be our "picture" of 
delight ^^ her future delightfullv pictured. 

.... EFFERVESCENT 




GILDA RACHEL LISTOKIN 

nnnr 

Our pioneer — first in school every morning, opens 
lights, and airs out classrooms .-^ You don't really want to 
be a janitor, do you? ^-' A "listok" meidel who "gilds' us 
all with her natural warmth ^ From her long and lovely 
fingers flow golden' notes of music — makes a good tax 
collector -- she s left a permanent "token " on our memories 
by her genuine sincerity. 

.... WARM 

.mx3 T'siai my i'7ip 




NOEMI LOWINGER 

nan 

K"NO"wer of that "EMV'sa gV'LOWlNG" spark 
which lit the fi'ER'y FLAME — causing it to burn with 
the brightest news — The "LEADING " flash of the Jour- 
nalism Club ^ the scintilla which will serve as the fire 
of the future homemakers ^^ Emits the light of wisdom and 
the warmth of goodness — a torch of delight. 

.... EMINENT 

.m3 nb^'?j n2T nb 



63 




PHYLLIS LOVINGER 

mn 

Buhbly and Beautiful from Bais Yaahov — A "lov'ely 
girl with a warm and sunny smile — Hoffie s Heavenly 
Headache ^^ Ben Casey's best case ^ one of the Crowded 
Corner Chit-Chat Club of Central — Sodden's "Lovey- 
Dovev" ^-^ Pert, petite and pretty whether hair is flipped 
or flopped — We foresee a life "phyli'ed with rosiness, 
just like her rosy cheelis. 

.... LOVELY 

,T]b^b ■'3313 ]'a nnon ni33 



JUDY LUTZ 

"LUST"ily faces the changing times while "HEADED 
RED"ily toward "cheer'ing up the world ^ when sensing 
a wrong note no matter whether it is in the humor of 
the people or the piano, she skillfully strikes it right — 
tastefully clothed — "appended" to four years a surprise 
ending which kept her in "stitches" — while owning such 
a sparkling personality she undoubtedly will meet up with 
"Lutz" of luck. 

.... PIXIE-ISH 

,n'2nb n'7131 T'd'73 hiz/kt 
.naiHK — rT'T'3a '73 bv\ 




64 




JUDY MARINBACH 

r\->n 

Eound to be like the Wafer Brook" which welcomes 
all to its banks and invigorates all those who come — ' 
vivifying combination of piano and song which accounts 
for her "riding" high — strivij\g to reach the Nlizrachian 
peak — only "pausing to refresh" the Chanukah Chagiga 
^-' proper propper of the Purine Play • — also re neu^s ' the 
spark of the FLAME ^^ will continue on to an unrippled 
future. 

.... MUSICAL 

'mn 2b ^3 myn I'rip^ 



YAEL MAX 

Our favorite Sahra iinportej froin Israel to New York 
via Sheboygan - ELCHANETTE plus HALAPID equal 
the Elements of two Elegant johs from one Eloquent 
Editor ~' always came through to correct our Chiburim — 
her subtle accent ana sweet smile make a charming com- 
bination — we knoiv she's destined to reach "I^IA}i"imum 
heights. 

.... INSPIRING 





HELENE OLSHAN 

snrn 

A genuine blonde ~ Rabbi Sodden's "Noruregian" ~ 
the Lone Ranger from Kew Garden Hills — ^\^eVe sure 
glad she gallops in every morning — "Happy Hindy" — 
would love to fly the "olshan" but only fey jet -^ chief 
pilot-watcher at Idlewild — a "shan'e tomboy — loves to 
skate — loves to swim — loves to "hora" — loves to laugh 
—■ loves Shlomo Carlebach — ' \Ve love herj 

.... L\IBEDEK 

.m'sn- ■'ns'2' by Tan p^nv 



ESTHER PINSKY 

inoN 

Our senior senior ^- sweet smile, pleasant face — soul 
full of ruach", melodic voice bursting with song, heart 
overfloiving with goodness — knitting know-how which 
knocks off lovely sweaters by the load — attacks school- 
work with zest and devoted seriousness, for which we all 
admire her ^^ never to be seen doing nothing ^ perfectly 
prim and proper gal whom we hold in the highest 
"EST'eem — destined to reach the "PIN' nacle of success. 

.... EARNEST 




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ABBEY POHRILLE 

Peaches and cream complexion, the envy of many ^- 
nearly always calm, cool, ana collected ^-' quiet, winsome 
manner, which led her on to become our useful, Arista - 
cratic- Veep -^ eats lots, gains nothing — except friends — 
always to be seen doing something ^-^ formerly one of the 
Boro Park late-comers — Ascended to A class. — is des- 
tined to always stay on top. 

.... DEMURE 

ma^isan ivs mia rrnz:. '72 




ZIPPORAH PRUSKIN 

Zippy is the only member of the senior class who has 
deservingly merited the title of P. Y. ^ Professor of "YE- 
SHAIology" ^^ our conscientious president of Atista ^^ 
her amusing and startling remarks have added life and 
sparkle to all her classes -^ un'debate'bly a convincing 
speaker ^^ a constant clock-watcher, she keeps up with 
time on other people's wrists ^- a true Bas Torah. 

.... DILLIGENT 




ESTHER PULD 

nnox 

"EST"ablished "HER" reputation as knitter extraor- 
dinaire ~' and constantly models her fine handiwork — 
good things come in small packages ^ this one is bubbly 
blonde and brown eyed — a former part of the library 
harem^^persistently style-conscious, possessor of a pert 
and perky personality — bore(d) up under the Monsieur 
till the end ^ truly a "queen" of a girl. 

.... PETITE 

.m-nno ,m3T imn mSya 



MARION RABINOW^TZ 

ana 

She fust cahn t get Manchester out of her mind — so 
Solly to see her long tresses go. but so pleased with the 
results — nothing can "mar" her beauty — another Sarah 
Bernhardt —• another Ernest Hemingway — another Nor- 
man Rockwell — another William Jennings Bryan — but 
one and only Clarion — individual and lovable — full of 
witz — ' we cheer" her on to grahnd success. 

.... VERSATILE 

.mtD rrsa nbnn 




MARION R.\PPAPORT 

Re'PORT's to Central each morning from Flatbush — 
this gal has a permanent "permanent" — a real "RAP"id 
stenographer -^ a "Pioneer" in Pesach enjoyment — to 
Israel, through Israel, and hack in four short but glorious 
weeks — always in "rapport" with everyone — a world 
traveler who's seen many "PORT's — we know she'll 
continue to go places. 

.... WELL-JOURNEYED 




EVELYN RIM ALT 

mn 

A future bio-chemist whose own biology and chemistry 
are in perfect order . — as she draws lines u^ith her deft 
hand, so she "draws" admiration and merit from all — 
an Eve who's sure to get her Adam and lead him to 
Paradise with her warmth, intelligence, and E\'E r ready 
smile -^ possessor of the art of the hand, the art of the 
mind, and above all. the art of the soul. 

.... ADROIT 

nT'S3 nyiT -ri'ijan ,n:i3J 




LINDA MADELAINE ROSEN 

nmns 

Known for her gorgeous goo-goo eyes — emoUonal ex- 
tremist ^ laughs till she cries — and makes us laugh with 
her own cute quips ^ a "LlN'guistic student of the Mon- 
sieur -' an enthusiastic student of Mr. Gendler — her home 
is on the "Highway" ^ has thai Oriental look and fragil- 
ity which make her our own China doll^a "Rose 'n" 
our midst -^ she'll always be in the pink with us. 

.... DOLL-LIKE 

.n' •'a'a mpiayi m*'7in ,m'rni n^rj?i 




ARLENE ROSENBAUM 

np2T 

W^iffi a smile on her face, our vivacious \^ice President 
is always to be seen running around Central doing an 
excellent job ^-^ an Arista member — when not up front, 
she's working behind the scenes ^ long hair' cut short for 
pictures^^her warm personality and friendly disposition 
have made her one of the most popular and well liked 



seniors. 

.... ENDEARING 



.nasiz; -ip' ^rya a^i-'ii -npaa 




JEUDI ROSENFELD 

j-ustly Esteemed for an U-n U-escribable 1-ngenious- 
ness ivhich has become evident in the many "fields " she 
has "rosen" to challenge ^ it has been seen ^- in her 
zealous and ardent devotion to this Elchanette — in her 
tireless efforts 'directed ' toward our successful Purim pro- 
duction — ill her clever mind — in her deft hand drawn 
both toward the pen and brush — - in her eloquent voice 
both in song and debate — in her "play'ful dramatic act- 
ing — in summary^in her dynamic personality, a unique 
union of diverse elements combined into a harmonious 
whole which accounts for her being. 

.... TERRIFIC 

-nmsD raTisa naomsa ,n''Tii' nmna nrosa 



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NAOMI SCHIFFER 

Artistic doodler — doodling artist — "FER"nishes 
FLAME"ing artwork ^dis" plays" "sing"ular talent for 
making sceneiy of all kinds— light in heart and spirit as 
well as looks —Naomi of the Bible couldn't possibly be 
sweeter -we know she'll sad far on her scholarship - 
leaves behind a younger sister to carry on the family 
tradition — our Naomi is like an art treasure 
.... PRICELESS 

.x"'?a D' anna 2b~ ram 




MIRIAM SCHILLER 

ana 

An authentic "student" both in name and actuality — 
always on the ball to catch teachers' enors - danced 
through Central and bumped into many people on the 
way— ambitious yarmulka maker— and air mail letter 
writer — always in school bright and early — behind the 
sceries noise-maker — one of the phy-six — can "bear" up 
under anything - walked the road to Central each spring 
morning — her road ahead leads to Israel, and Hatzla- 
chah. 



AGILE 



'D^'?p na n'ays 
• vm -b mmvi npaim 




ANITA RUTH SCHMELL 

-jn 

Dis'plays" her "ANT'mated "TA"lent in tantalizing 
artwork of all kinds— skillfully excels at yarmulka making 
— one of the first and most faithful adherents to Metrecal 
(chocolate flavored) — was all "book"ed up during senior 
year — known as one of the twins — green eyed blonde 
(Does she or doesn't she?) — what we do know is that 
she's heading for the Holy Land, her dream come true. 

.... DEFT 

.nx in nb'H ,~in 



69 




CAREN JOY SCHMIDT 

Caren is an extremely imaginative ana talented inai- 
vidual ^ her talents and imagination have been displayed 
in her hilarious performances in the annual school pro- 
ductions and beautiful compositions '-^ not a "Care-en" in 



the world^-recently moved to 
believer in Dr. Freud ^- a good 
she's sure to succeed. 

.... DREAMY 



Crown Heights — a true 
Joe" and a pleasant girl. 



.ns'an lac^a rrs nana nj 



MIMl DVORA SENDEROVVITZ 

ana 

Mimi is the last of the Senderowitz sisters to attend 
Central-~She's still undecided— long hair or short hair 
-^ better beware of Mimi when she's drinhing hot choco- 
late— '" Senderovitch" to Dr. Lichtenslein—Mr. Gendler 
really sends her— as one of our boosters, she really gives 
a boost to Central. 

.... ACTIVE 

.ynr r^-'bv ''^^^ "iis 





REBECCA SEPTIMUS 

Comes to us from afar — suScEPTible to making un- 
TlMely entrances. — a steady diner in Mr. Spins restau- 
rant with a stimulus for eating fish sandwiches — ' one of 
the phy-six —• our Rifkie is adept at doing many things — 
graceful at Israeli dancing — dynamic at Hebrew debating 
—■ a clever mathematical "MUS'er — "co-op"erates with 
cousin Miriam — u^e know she'll find success at her 
"BEC'k and call. 



. . LITHE 






V > 



SHULAMITH SILVERSTEIN 

As our English editor, Shulie is as precious as her name 
implies — besides her yearbook responsibility, she works in 
harmony with the school choir as its leader — strikes a 
vital note as one of the Rochvim ' — came to Central in 
her sophomore year but most certainly "merits" as the 
highest scoring senior — she's really booked as member 
of the library squad — we've really struck "silver " with 
Shulie. 

.... WELL- VERSED 





SANDRA SINGER 

ma? 

A cogent and articulate speaker, Sandy soared into 
Central in her Sophomore year — "made up" for her lost 
Freshman year during the Purim Play ^ " Sing "led out 
for her Roaring Twenties Sweet Sixteen — from the east 
side of Boro Park ^ A good student in Math. Sandy has 
also continued with science as one of the Phvsix. . . . 

.... IMAGINATIVE 

yiaa nsasna 
.ma ■''73 nnairi 



ALEEZA STULMAN 

Aleeza is a ivelldiked senior (c/io is in' slLu'ed with 
warmth and friendship for all — a Rambam graduate and 
very proud of it — eat, drink, and be merry ^^ and tomor- 
row she'll do it all over again — pickles anyone? ~~ a 
"nurse " to all her friends as the Dear Aleeza of Central 
^-' a happy sense of humor. 

.... EXHUBERANT 





V > 



MIRIAM TENNENBAUM 

"TEN' acious Business Manager ^- for ELCHAN- 
ET7E 62, the best cause — has been n^aking the night 
"contacts" in other ways, too^"EN'terprising "co-op' era- 
tice organizer and worker^—a "smart " dresser^— higher than 
average gal ^^ liked Central so much that she brought 
along a younger addition — an ENchanting lassie EN- 
dowed with ENduring virtue who's ENdeared herself to 
us all — her brains are matched only by her warm sin- 
cerity. 

.... SPARKLING 

.n'spw Ti"?! nan •'is .T-as 




VIVIAN JOY TROKENHEIM 

n'n 

Bensonhurst born and bred — but Boro Park is her 
second home ~^ bubbly redhead, the possessor of a 
"yiVid personality — vibrant exhibitor of the latest 
styles '-I avid skater who cuts a lovely figure on the ice ^- 
and anywhere else too >— ■ one of Mr. Gendler's gals r- 
stayed faithful to him to the very end — came through 
to u>in a scholarship — we know she'll come through in 
all her endeavors. 

.... VIVACIOUS 

.n'ljn •'^^^^ -l^nr^^ inn 




SARAH TROPPER 

A "trop' ical wind which warms all hearts and ' drives" 
away all "car e — only "one" of her kind — calculated 
through four years and found the "Central " road the 
better -^ strikes the right "key" of the piano — finds her 
way within "A" class and is sure to stay there ^ a sunny 
disposition u^hich will lighten her path as she's bound for 



success. 

.... VIBRANT 



IT)' '3 las'?! '7'J 

.n'?^;'' i?ins in ys ■'nns "jy 



72 



SHUGIE TROPPER 

Brushes away the dark tints of life ana lightens life's 
hue — herself unmistakeahly unique —^ featured the un- 
predictable for four years — later tinned up as main fea- 
ture" of the ELCHANETTE Staff — a noled punster who 
ranks high among the rankers ^ a schloquetle — knows the 
"write-way" to add humor to a story '-^ an individual 
whose future will undoubtedly he "drawn to perfection." 
.... SHARP 



CAROL WACHTENHEIM 

Keeps in friendly "contact" with everyone — has spent 
many a wintiy Thursday evening on the ice — - attracts at- 
"TEN'tion by being admirably accoutred — ACcepts AC- 
claim for being ACademically ACcomplished ^- has u>on 
the status of our swiftest "type" of stenographer ^- tutors 
to aid her own mathematical intentions -- her leadership 
qualities are bound to lead her on to achievement. 

.... COMPETENT 




ESTA WAHRSAGER 

nnoK 

"ES pecially known among the Crown Heights girls 
for her melodious singing — demonstrates originality even 
to the extent of spelling her name differently — small in 
height but not in ability ^ known among the seniors for 
her "SAC eness in the field of math — considered quiet 

and reserved, hut all in all, a "dan' dy girl from whom 

we're all "shep' ing nachas. 

.... MELODIOUS 

.nya::?^ ^)••1S^ any b^p n"?!? 




73 




HELEN WALDMAN 

.Tn 

A "lenitive manner which can caJn^ any storm ^- has 
"walled" within a heart of "man'ifold good '— good 
natured ^ good friend ^- good to know — good piano 
player ivho alu^ays strikes the right chord with all ■ — a 
lively laugh which livens everyone up — proved to be the 
"refreshing" head of the Chanukah Chagiga — "co-op"- 
erative -^ we have "jotted" down many years of future 
happiness. 

.... WORTHY 

.nip-' ^^^^ nys' rsa nin 




RIVY WEISS 

npm 

Rivy can always be found umisking and whirling 
through the halls of Central — nimble and graceful head 
of the Hebrew Dancing Club — definitely a dog's best 
friend ^^ she's our FLAME-ing business manager ^- a true 
Bnei Akivanik, Rivy is really going up ' in this world ^^ 
Aliyah! ^^ a "wagon train" full of fun — a "W^eiss" girl. 

.... FRIENDLY 

nana nsipr 
.nV'fo nv;-'m 




SHEVI WERNER 

Shevi may easily be considered our all around girl — she 
successfully directed our Chanukah Chagiga and willingly 
led us through our sings ^^ an Arista menmer — friendly 
and warm, she still keeps in touch ivilh her "felloiv" grad- 
uates of elementary school — a hard worker "seven" days 
a week ~' an Applbaumer -^ always willing to help — a 
friend indeed. 

.... AMICABLE 

.fs'i^n'' Vi^v "intja m^in m-i pia 



JOY WOLF 

Good-humored and jovial — a bringer of "]oy" to many 
—I a lamb in 'Wot/ ' s clothing — o real good sport, espe- 
cially at volleyball — one of the unlucky thirteen who 
"sten'ned it for two years -— if as the only "measle'y senior 
to contract this rare ailment duHng senior year — cute 
brown-eyed blonde who loohs like Trokie — we all agree 
that it's a real joy" to know her. 

.... JOYFUL 

.mian ,mp^ px 




ANNA WINDLAND 

n:n 

Carried by the "W/ND" from Esther Schoenfeld, but 
we're sure glad she "LAND'ed unlh usJ ^ Mr. Spin s 
Elizabeth Taylor ^ by the way. how's Eddie these days? -^ 
Always Attired with Attractive Apparel ^ dark hair, dark 
eyes, but oh, so light-hearted — Cutie that Cuddles in 
Classroom Corners for Conferences — eternal gaiety and 
perpetual smile will "boost " her qn her way to a blissful 
future. 

.... HAPPY 




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EDITH ZELLIN 

n'n 

Brownsville's loss was Boro Park's gain ^ very soon to 
be Israel's gain ^ ZELLous worker who produces "/N' - 
credible scenic masterpieces — helped promote the cause 
of learning in our venerated school by distributing books 
^ got her daily exercise by commuting between Central 
and T.A. -^ for purely business reasons, of course ^ one 
of the twins — and one who'll always have a warm place 
in our hearts. 

.... EXPRESSIVE 

.msi niaaixi on min 





LAURETTE ZOMICK 

npa-i 

Acharona, Acharona, Chaviva — and with Laurette 
that's definitely a true statement as last member of the 
senior class ~-'"Florette" to Mr.'Gendler ^ a real cute 
"coohie" — ' Laurette in English — Rivhah in Hebrew ^ we 
still can't find the connection ^ friendly and sweet, Lau- 
rette will always be remembered by her classmates. 

.... THOUGHTFUL 



AWARDS 



STATE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

Broome, Malka 
Broyde, Leah 
Edelslein, Rebecca 
Peine, Leah 
Gottlieb, Naomi 
Halberstam, Rivy 
Hochberg, Gail 
Kramer, Fredda 
Kuhl, Janine 
Lowinger, Noemi 
Pohrille, Abbey 
Rabinowitz, Marion 
Rimalt, Evelyn 
Rosenfeld, Jeudi 
Schiffer, Naomi 
Septimus, Rebecca 
Silverstein, Shulamith 
Tennenbaum, Miriam 
Trokenheim, Vivian 

NURSING SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 

Goldberg, Hilda 
Hook, Ann 
Imberman, Gail 
Katz, ]udi 
Lipschitz, Gitel 
Schiffer, Naomi 
Schiller, Miriam 
Schmell, Anilu 
Singer, Sandra 
Stulman, Aleeza 
Tropper, Sarah 
Tropper, Sarah 
Zellin, Edith 



STATE SCHOLARSHIP ALTERNATES 

Gerber, Shulamith 
Goldberg, Hilda 
Imberman, Gail 
Klein, Susan 
Max, Yael 
Schiller, Miriam 
Schmidt, Caren 
Singer, Sandra 
Stulman, Aleeza 
Tropper, Shugie 
Wahrsager, Esta 
Zellin, Edith 

MERIT COMMENDATIONS 

Hochberg, Gail 
Rimalt, Evelyn • 
Silverstein, Shulamith 

MAYOR'S COMMITTEE ON 
SCHOLARSHIP ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 

Lowinger, Noemi 

BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKING AWARD 
Noemi Lowinger 



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Now here's the finish! 



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79 




November J — Sokolow and Friedman debate 



Sokolow leaves 



Good-byyyyyye 




We are poor little lawbs who have gone astray — Baal Baa! Baa! 





Stitch! Stitch! Stitch! 



' Co-op" eration 




Ho hum 




Snore 





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CHANUKAH CHAGI&A. 




YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH 




Time f]ies — with a little boost. 




A cloud of anticipation hovers through the shipyard 
and sprinkles all with droplets of excitement. The vessel 
and her passengers become saturated with beads of anxi- 
ety that thirstily they imbibe. They are ready, they are 
prepared, yet they await the one final push, the one final 
thrust that will set the vessel on its true path! 



For just experience fells in every soil 

That those who think must govern those who toil. 



(general (_yj 



Izatic 



Taanizauon 



PRESIDENT: Naomi Gottlieb 

VICE PRESIDENT: Arlene Rosenbaum 

TREASURER: Rivy Halberstam 

SECRETARY: Leah Broyde 

G.O. ADVISOR: Miss Z. Epstein 




MISS Z. EPSTEIN 
G.O. Advisor 




Sincerest Wishes for Continued Success 



The General Organization of 

Yeshiva University High School 

for Girls 

Brooklyn 



Officers 

President NAOMI GOTTLIEB 

Vice-President ARLENE ROSENBAUM 

Treasurer RIVY HALBERSTAM 

Secretary LEE BROYDE 



Cowards die a thousand deafhs 




The Best of Everything on the Occasion of Your Graduation 



to 



FREDDA JOY 



rrom 



YOUR LOVING FAMILY 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosengarten 

Mr. Samuel Weberman 

and 

Your Many Other Friends 




K\r raid drill — duck.' 



With Our Love and Best Wishes 



to 



MIRIAM 



Mommy, Daddy and Genie 

Aunt Helen, Uncle Jack & Cousins Myra, Marvin, Steven 
Aunt Helen, Uncle Abe and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Aladar Bernath 
Emjay Photographers 

Miriam & Sam Krischer and Family 



With Congratulations to Our Niece 

Miriam Tennenbaum 



TENNENBAUM CATERERS 
Broadway Central Hotel Little Hungary 



A brucha of dayn shayne kepelah! 







Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
for a Successful Future 

to 

ELAINE 

from 

Mom, Dad, Ellen, and Marty 
Itkin Brothers 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Knoller 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Silverman and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. H. Kammerman and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Winter 

Mr. and Mrs. N. Winter and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. P. Monter 
Mr. and Mrs. D. Hochman 
Roz, Aaron, and Sarale 
Winograd's Meat Market 

In Memory of Borach Hochman 
Foamland, U.S.A. 

MILTON J. HOCHMAN 

REAL ESTATE INVESTOR 

59 RIVERDALE AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



GAIL HOCHBERG 



from 

MOM AND DAD 

Susan Shiomo Grandnna 

Uncle Sidney and Aunt Helen 

Uncle Irving and Aunt Blanche 
Uncle Jack and Aunt Belle 

Uncle Philip and Aunt Lillie 

Uncle Harry and Aunt Anna 
Uncle Dave and 

Essie and Lottie 

Ephrainn and Rosalie 



I'm marrying a butcher 




May This Graduation Be Another Step 
on Your Ladder to Success . . . 



To 

JANINE 



MOMMY DADDY 

Evelyn George Sidney 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ganger 
Mr. and Mrs. G. Katz 

Rabbi and Mrs. H. Mllner 
Rebltzen AshkenazI 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaw 
Mr. Z. Wolfson 




Some books ore to be tasted 



Congratulations to 

REBECCA SEPTIMUS 



fronn 
DADDY AND MOMMY 

Uncle Louis 

Uncle Max 

Uncle Abe 
Beryl 

Yocheved 
Zev 



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The lineup 





Congratulations and Best Wishes 
for Future Happiness and Success to 

EVA HERMAN 



Mom, Dad, Atara, and Stephen 
Hyman Badner 
William Czeisler 
Hyman B. Schutzer 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Winter 

Card Box, Inc., 942 Flatbush Ave. 
Henry Brenner's Fruit Store 

Goldberg Cleaners, 5216 16th Ave. 



Compliments of 

BARTON'S BONBONNIERE 

. . . Famous For . . . 

Continental Chocolates 

Barton's Own 65 Continental Chocolate Shops in 

NEW YORK - PHILADELPHIA - DETROIT - NEWARK 

Are Closed on the Sabbath and all Jewish Holidays 

Barton's Candy Corp., 80 DeKalb Avenue, Brooklyn I, N. Y. 




Our overworked principal 



Best Wishes to 

ANITA RUTH 

UPON HER GRADUATION 



MOMMY, DADDY. AND THE BOYS 

HENRY ROSENFELD 

SAMUEL ROSENGARTEN 

RABBI ARTHUR SCHICK 

and Her Many Other Friends and Relatives 



fickle, iicklel 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our 



Ann 



Bracha Vahatzlacha 



Dad, Mom, Shimon "Papa," Aunt Itty, Aunt Esther, Uncle Moe, Uncle Dave 

Libby, Irv, Ethel, Moshe, Sarah, Yitz Aunt Lillie and Uncle Abe 

Aunt Tillie Aunt Beatie, Uncle Henry, Simmie and Judy Cecily, Aaron, Eli 

Fronkel's Hebrew Book Store, 4619 16th Avenue Lebowitz Pharmacy 

Saybeth Service Station, 4615 16th Avenue 

Auto Specialist Service Station, 4701 16th Avenue 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DARLING 

NaonnI Rachel 

Abba and Ema Babba and Zeida Mr. and Mrs. David Somber 

Dr. D. Hysler Mr. Max Weil Young Israel of Boro Park 




Mazel Tov +o Our Darling 

ARLENE ROSENBAUM 

May Your Future Be Full of Happiness and Good Health 

Bubble and Zadie 
Mom and Dad 

Vivian and Sannuel 

Uncle Louie, Aunt Henchie, Phyllis, and Joyce 

Uncle Moishe, Aunt Rozie, David and Estherly 
Mrs. Elizabeth Brecher and Sons 
Uncle Harry 



Mazel Tov to Our Dear Rabbi and Rebitzen 
and Their Darling Daughter 

ARLENE 



from 



Congregation Beth-El of Flatbush 



Back Room Studies 




To the "Joy" of the Trokenheim Family 

Vivia n 

With Love . . . 
Mom and Dad 
Rita and Abe 
Rabbi and Mrs. Irving R. Halberstam and Family 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack London and Daughter 
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rothenberg 

Marmax Products, Inc. American Investo-Funds, Inc. 

453 Broome Street 545 Fifth Avenue 

New York City New York City 
CA 6-1778 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

NAOMI SCHIFFER 

from 



MOM, DAD, and JUDY 




Stop Teasin' 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Sylvia 

MOM, DAD, and EDIE 

Sandra, Alex, and Gershie Zev 
Bubby 

Uncle Meyer 

Aunt Rose and Uncle Moish 

Aunt Esther and Uncle Aaron 
Aunt Martha and Uncle Al 
Mel, Norman, and Steven 

Aunt Dorothy and Uncle Sol 
Eliot, Steven, and Zita 

Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Solot 
Will and Abe 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

LEAH PEINE 

from 

MOM, DAD, HESHY, ANITA, and MIMI 

Hy. J. Brandoff, 468 Albany Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PR 3-9160 SL 6-4747 



V/hy don't you shave? 




Congratulations to 

Diane 



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan 
Mr. Abraham Marcus 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Salb 

Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Kaplan 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Marcus and Sons 
Dr. and Mrs. Leon Marcus and Sons 

Dr. and Mrs. David Eisenstein and Sons 
Mr. Minchamim Mintz 



MAZELTOV TO OUR DARLING DAUGHTER, SISTER AND AUNT . . 

Es + h e r 

ON HER GRADUATION 

"BROCHO VHATSLOCHO" 

Cantor and Mrs. Shaye Pinsky Gedalia, Sandra, and Linda 

Beryl, Yehuda, Hindy 




He's absent 



May You Have Continuous and Lasting Mazel 

Aleeza 



Mom, Dad, Alan and Albert 

Grandpa 

Uncle Saul and Fannily 

Uncle Milton and Fannily 

Uncle Sam and Family 



In Memory of 

Fannie and Louis 
Keehn 



Forbidden Fruit 




Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Ad e le Kar a sh 



with Love from 

MOM and DAD 

Joseph 

Grandpa and Grandma Karash 

Aunt Shirley and Uncle Berney 

Aunt Hanah and Uncle Sal 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Sh e vi 




from 

Mom and Dad 

and 
Judy 



So What's a Little Homework? 



May You Have Much Hatzlacha Vaosher 
in Your Future Life . . , 



Je u d i 



Abba and Etna and Family 

Aunt Blanko, Uncle Meyer, 
and Children 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauser, 
Feige and Toby 

The Chopp Family 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Lipshutz, 
Miriam and Aron 



Mr. and Mrs. Salo Blechner 
and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Jaworniker, 
in Honor of Daughter Miki's 
Marriage to Ben Romanov 

The Thurm Family, producers of 
Migdal and Haolam 
Finest Kosher Cheese 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for the Future 
to Our Dear 



Reva 



from 

Dad and Mother 
Harvey and Leah 



Smile; You're on Candid Camera. 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
in Your Future Endeavors . . . 

Esther Puld 



MOMMY, DADDY, RISA, JUDY, and BETSY 

Rabbi David and Mrs. Julius 
Julius Family Circle 
Gerver Family Circle 

Beaver Food Shop, 76 Beaver St., N. Y. C. 
Babaco Alarm Systems, Inc., 723 Washington St., N.Y.C. 
Raab's Kiddie Shop, 9609 Church Ave., Bklyn. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Lee 



MOMMY, DADDY, HAROLD, ZEISEL, TOVA and DOV 

Isadore J. Broyde Grandma and Grandpa Blau 

Uncle Morris and Aunt Debby Uncle Gedalia and Aunt Lillian 

Uncle Shep and Aunt Eleanor Rabbi Theodore lems 

Cousins Barry, Susie, and Chana Golda 

Rabbi and Mrs. Ochechick 




Taxi! 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Rose m ary Louise 

Daddy and Mommy Lillian and Marshall 

Grandpa Geldzahler Aunt Frieda and Uncle Ito 

Aunt Dotty and Uncle Bob 

Petite Salon Dr. Povil Frank Kiss Germain 

Traditional Caterers David Treiber 



May You Find Success and Happiness 
Throughout Your Lltetime 



Marilyn 



MOM, DAD, and AARON 

Mr. and Mrs. Katz Mr. and Mrs. Greenberg Marsha and Wendie 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Fischer Mr. and Mrs. J. Ivry 

Mr. and Mrs. M. Kantrowitz 



Elementary Yeshiva Basketball League of Brookyn 



My Food Bag Brofce.' 







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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Ze se 



Mom and Dad and Zaimey 

Naomi and Moish 

Bubbi 

Aunt Sylvia and Uncle Pinky 

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gartenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schiowitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weinstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gold 



We All Wish the Best of Everything to 

Marion 



Rabbi and Mrs. Rabinowitz and Family 

Solly— "A Summer Place" Rev. and Mrs. Lazar 

Mr. and Mrs. Sobel Mr. and Mrs. Max Sugarman 

Mr. and Mrs. Berger Mr. and Mrs. Robinson 

Rabbi Jazzin Larry and Alice 




Last minute cramming 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Frances Baum 

with All Our Love 

Zeida and Grandma Fisch 

Grandpa and Grandma Baum 

Mother, Rhonda, and Joel 

Silverstein Butcher 

Mickey's Cosmetics 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Judy Marinbach 

MOM, DAD and BERNIE 
GRANDMA and GRANDPA 

Zeida Samuel Fine Mintz's Glatt Kosher Meat 

Semel and Son Bessie's Corset Shoppe Blatt's Dept. Store 

Oneg Kosher Take Home Foods Brown's Fish Market 

Community Stationery Dr. Darabaner 



"How" 




Mazel Tov to 

Barbara Auster 

May the One Above Bless You 

and Guide You on the Right Path 

as You Make Your Way Through Life 

MOM, DAD, ALLEN, CHERYL and ESTIE 
Lea Polk Schwartz & Sperber 



Fink Baking Corp. 
510E. 76thSt., N.Y.C. 




Mazel Tov and Hatzlacha to 

Miriam Schiller 

MOM and DAD 
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel M. Blumenthal and Family 
Penny Profit 

Irving Blush, Glazier 
M. & S. Hardware 

Met Food Stores, 948 Nostrand Ave., Bklyn. 
Bravman & Rose, Butchers 
National Paint Company 
Mr. and Mrs. Eulau 

M. & S. isquith Liquors, 868 Franklin Ave., Bklyn. 
Lowen's Bake Shop, 311 Rogers Ave., Bklyn. 



To Our "Flaming" Treasure 



RIvy W 



MOM, DAD, YUSSIE and ARNIE 

Uncle Nathan, Aunt Lila, and Shainde 

Mr. and Mrs. Eli Klein 

Weiss & Katz Meat Market, 413 Kingston Ave., Brooklyn 

Meal Mart-Glatt Kosher 
799 Nostrond Avenue 515 Empire Blvd. 



Mazel Tov to 

Rivy H 



from 



Mommy and Daddy 

Sheku and Miriam 

Family and Many Friends 



We're Engaged! 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Barbara Foge I 



rom 



The Family 

and 
Bernard Page 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Judith 

Upon Her Graduation 

from 

MOMMY, DADDY, and EVELYN 

Aunt Rose and Uncle Alex Aunt Regina and Mayer 

Aunt Edith and Uncle Chaim, Agnes and Eva 

Aunt Kati and Uncle Armin, Tohi, Agnes, and Otti 

Judy and Moshe, Robbie and Itchu 

Judith and Ernst, Susi and Andre 

Sora and Mende and Family Eva and Bumi and Family 

Abraham Taub and Family 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 



Ma Ilea 



Rabbi and Mrs. M. Broome, Israel and Rochelle 

Rabbi and Mrs. G. Lefkowitz 

Mr. and Mrs. T. Wolf and Naomi 

Rabbi and Mrs. Eli D. Skaist and Family 

Rabbi and Mrs. M. Auerbach and Aviva 

Dr. Jacob Benson, D.D.S., 839 Linden Blvd. 

Roth and Cohen, Real Estate and Insurance 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Susan 

Upon Her Graduation 

Mommy, Daddy, Sheila, Millie and Yankie 

Aunt Ruthie, Uncle Sidney, Barbara and Moishe 

Aunt Minnie, Uncle Benny and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Israel Grossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Weinreb 



In Memory of My Beloved Husband 

PHILIP KLEIN 

Mrs. Philip Klein 



An Invisible Protective Shield 




Mazei Tov and Best Wishes to 

Shulaml + h Silverstein 



MOMMY AND DADDY 

Rochelle and Chaim 
David and Rachel 

Fanny and Angie 

Uncle Abe and Aunt Beck 
Uncle Al and Aunt Leah 

Uncle Bill and Aunt Bessie 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
Daughter, Sister, and Niece 

Aviva Fenigstein 

on hier Graduation 



Mom and Sack Bernie and Mim Saul and Jean 

Uncle Joe and Aunt Freddie Uncle Harry and Aunt Sylvia 

Uncle Isidor and Aunt Flo Uncle Maury and Aunt Rhode 

Uncle Nat and Aunt Sara Uncle Sid and Aunt Estelle 

Uncle Shep and Aunt Fan Uncle Isaac and Aunt Naomi 




A Loaf of Bread, A Jug of Wine, and Thou 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for Continued Success to 







Oh a rron 








from 








MOM AND DAD 




Grandma 








Uncle David and Aunt Hannah 






Mr. 


and Mrs. S. Beer 
Mr. and Mrs. Blum 








Sam & Joe's Meat Mart, 


2247 65th Street 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



Shugie 



DAD & MOM, INC. 

JET-CLIP CORP. 

16E.34thSt.,N.Y.C. 

MILSTEIN'S PHARMACY 
440 Troy Ave., Bklyn. 

WILLIAM PRYM, INC. 
Dayville, Conn. 



A Backward Look of Economics 




Mazel Tov on Your Graduation 

Sarah Tropper 

Leo Lunger 

Arthur Weisbord 

Benjamin D. Katz 

Waldorf Shoe Shop 
9408 Church Ave., HY 8-0928 

Chatham Square Clothes, Inc. 
52 E. B'way, N. Y. C. 

Gary's & Tiilie's Dairy 
9502 Church Ave., Bklyn. 

Nosanchuck Construction Company 
Mountaindale, N. Y. 




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Congratulations and AAazel Tov to 
THE GRADUATES OF THE CLASS OF 1962 

from 

P.T.A. of Y.U.H.S. for Girls 

SYLVIA GOLDBLATT, President 

Yeshiva University 
Women's Organization 

BROOKLYN DIVISION 
56 Court Street, Brooklyn 1, N. Y. 



THE SEGULAH CHAPTER 
of 

THE NATIONAL 
HONOR SOCIETY 

of Yeshiva University High School 
for Girls of Brooklyn 

Congratulates 
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1962 

• 

Tziporah Pruskin, President 

Abbey Pohrille, Vice-President 



THEY SAY WE CAN'T DO IT! 

But we guess if you did it 

SO CAN WE! 

A/lazel Tov on Your Graduation 



Juniors 

Sophomores 

Freshmen 



V'/hy'? 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to Our Sister and Aunt 

MIMI 



AVROM, YOSPA, and 
EITA CHIYA 

Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

ARLENE LEVINE 

AUNT ETHEL, UNCLE HERBIE 
and Cousins SHARON and ROBIN 

Mazel Tov to Our 
Dear Granddaughter 

H ELENE 

CELIA THOMPSON 
To Our Dearest Daughter 

JUDY 

We wish you success and Happiness 
in Your Years Ahead 

With All Our Love 

MOA/1 and DAD 

Good Luck to 

C ARE N 

Congratulations on Your Graduation 
Best Wishes for the Future 

BURTON EPSTEIN, D.D.S. 
Congratulations to 

J. M. H. 

Upon Her Promotion to 
"Pi-incipal" Worker 



Compliments of 

PHILIP PEPPER 

134 WEST 29th STREET 
New York City 

Compliments of 

RENARD PHOTOGRAPHERS 

289 UTICA AVENUE 

Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

HY 3-9885 



Compliments of 



COLONIAL MANSION, INC. 

1933 BATH AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



OLD RELICS TIE COMPANY 

Extends Heartiest Congi-atulations to 

DOC and BOBBY 

For Keeping Their Ties 
in Such Good Condition 

Congratulations to 

C ARE N 

Lots of Luck for the Future 
from Your Loving Grandmother 

ANNIE ITZKOWITZ 
and Your Loving UNCLE HY 



The Whole Family Wishes 



ARLENE LEVINE 



Mazel Tov 




The PrinciPAL Worker 



MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 

GITEL LIPSCHITZ 

WITH ALL OUR LOVE 

MOTHER and DAD 

MORDECAl, JOEL, and BENYAMIN 

ALL HER FRIENDS 



MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 

GILDA 

Buba and Zeida Grandma 

Mom, Dad, Simcha, and David 

Listokin and Son's, Inc. 

Admiral Knit Wear 



MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 

LAURETTE 



MOM and DAD 

DAVID, ELLIOTT, and TRUDY 

GRANDMA and GRANDPA BURG 

GRANDPA and BETTY ZOMICK 

HONEY NAT BOBBY LEE 



KAREN 



JOE SALLY SHELDON 

ROSE SMITH 



LARRY 




To My Daughter 

CAREN SCHMIDT 

One More Step on 
The Ladder of Success 



YOUR LOVING MOTHER 



Heartiest Mazel Tov and 
Best Wishes to Our 

ADELE 

MOM DAD ARNIE 
MIRIAM ADELYN 



Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. SAM IROM 

Congratulations to 

RIVY H. 

Upon Her Graduation 

KEM PRODUCTS CORP. 

Manufacturers of All Kinds 
of Floor Waxes 

44-54 Irving' Street 
Brooklyn 31, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

PHILIP & ALEX MOSKOVITZ 

5406 NEW UTRECHT AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hie! Compliments of 

KIDDUSH LIQUOR STORE 

Branch on the Premises 





Congratulations to 

RABBI DARDAC 

on His Appointment to the Lewin 

®ALMUD ICeARNERS 

Remember, Big Brother is watching you! 

To Our Favorite Niece 

EVELYN 

Mazel Tov 
IRVING NEWMAN & FAMILY 

Congratulations to Our Niece 

ADELE KLEIN 



WEITZMAN'S ENTERPRISES, INC. 

Industrial Contractors and 
Factory Installations 

6 BOND STREET 
New York City 



To Our Darling Daughter 

SHEILA 

MR. & MRS. GERBER 
& FAMILY 

Compliments of 
FRIENDS OF 

SHULAMITH GERBER 



Mazel Tov to Our 

LINDA 

from 

MOM and DAD 
AVRAHAM and SHEILA 



Next fime fry non-smear Revlon 



MAZEL AND BRACHA TO 

AMY 

DADDY, MOMMY, GUSTY, and LILLY 

MR. and MRS. M. LOWINGER and SONS 

MR. and MRS. N. POLLAK and SON 

DR. HAIM AIGUS, M.D. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HELEN 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

MOMMY, DADDY, and DENNY 

WEIN HARDWARE COMPANY 

ISRAEL SKILOWITZ & SONS 

MAUZONE 



HEARTY MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 

SHULAMITH GOLDBLATT 



MOTHER, DAD, and OBIE 

RAPHAEL & FRIMIT GOLDBLATT FOUNDATION 

THE MITTMANS 



Central's new swimming pool 





Mazel Tov to 

ADELE KLEIN 

BEVERLY & JERRY SCHOCKETT 



PECK & WEINSTEIN EXTERMINATORS 

Specializing- in the Extermination 
of Mental Cockroaches 



Congratulations to 

BARBARA KOPITO 
and Her Fellow Graduates 



ABRAHAM FENIGSTEIN 

ASH MEN'S AND BOYS' SHOP 

4505 8th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

BARBARA 

ELLIOT AARON 

Compliments of 

VICTORY CAP FRONT MFG. CO., INC. 

Hats, Caps, and Millinery Trimmings 

17-19 WEST 4th STREET 
New Yoi-k City 

Mazel Tov to 

ANNA 



MOMMY DADDY 
LEON JUDY 



Mazel Tov to 

BARBARA KOPITO 



LEONARD HAIMES CO., INC. 

35 MERCER STREET 
New York 13, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

NEWMAN'S PHARMACY 

5502 16th AVENUE 

Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 

UL 1-8626 

1602-62nd STREET GARAGE CO. 

Expert Repairs - Road Sei-vice 

Shomer Shabbos 

DE 1-0229 BE 2-9513 

To . . . 

GAIL 

Save your Confederate money — 
the South will rise again! 



ROBERT E. LEE 

Congratulations to 
Our Daughter 

BARBARA 

MR. & MRS. IRVING KOPITO 
Congratulations to 

THE YEARBOOK STAFF 

on a Job Well Done! 
THE YEARBOOK STAFF 




Touche! 



MAZEL TOV AND CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MARION RAPPAPORT 

MOM AUNT SOPHIE, UNCLE SIMON, and JULIE 

AUNT ESTHER and UNCLE HIRSCH AUNT EVA and UNCLE HEINI 

IRENE, SAM, and FAMILY AUNT ELLA and UNCLE HERMAN 

SALLY and ABE GROSSMAN MORRIS J. GROSSMAN and FAMILY 



L' MALKA B'HATZLACHA RABA B'AHAVA 

Imo Vaba Esther and Melvin 

Batya, Izzy, Zev, and Lazor 



MAZEL AND BRACHAS TO 

NAOMI SCHIFFER 

GRANDMA WEISNER 



■"'^^»%,.-**^^'^£=S 




It's not that bad. Doc 



SMILING JACK SERVICE STATION 

Mobil Products 

2276 BEDFORD AVENUE 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

ADORE HAIR STYLISTS, INC. 

5021 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

UL 4-9730 



Hearty Mazel Tov 
and Best Wishes to 

ESTHER 

MOM DAD OMA OPA 
DAVID HERSHEY 

Compliments of 

PINES CONSTRUCTION CO. 

To . . . 

RABBI ROSENMUND 

Thank you for your patience and 
fortitude for putting up with the 
"lack" of us these past years. 

MILDRED CLEANERS 

Boys' and Young Men's 

Suits and Jackets 

at Reasonable Prices 

Free Alterations 

2602 SNYDER AVENUE 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 



HY 4-7887—8 



MAUZONE HOME KOSHER 
PRODUCTS, INC. 



4901 16th AVENUE 
Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 

KULLER PHARMACY 

501 EMPIRE BOULEVARD 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PR 3-9130 

MAE KING'S BEAUTY STUDIO 

Beauty and Slenderizing Services 

2005 AVENUE U 
Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 

Congratulations to 

ADELE LIEBERMAN 

with Love . . . 



MOM DAD 

FRANCIE ZAHAVA 

Congratulations to 

FRANCES and HILDA 

LEON PORTRAIT PHOTO STUDIO 

230 Parkside Avenue 

Brooklyn 26, N. Y. - IN 2-5360 

Congratulations to 

ESTHER 

GLENWOOD FABRICS CORP. 

84 Fifth Street 
New York City 




Give me those wide open spaces 



BEST WISHES TO 

ADELE KLEIN 

from 

B'NAI ISRAEL OF LINDEN HEIGHTS 
4502 9th Avenue, Brooklyn 20, N. Y. 



MAZEL TOV TO OUR WONDERFUL DAUGHTER AND SISTER 

ESTA 

from 

MOTHER AND DAD 
SHERYL, HONNY, and AVRUM 

MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 
OUR OWN DEAR 

"BASHY" 

MOMMY and DADDY 

TOBY, ALTER, and HESHY BUBE and ZAIDA 

AUNT SYLVIA, UNCLE DAVID and Alter 
AUNT GERTIE, UNCLE DAVID NEIL and LENNY 



HY 8-4167 

TAM TOV CATERERS 

Specialists in "Parties on Platters," Buffet Style - Strictly Kosher 
4528 CHURCH AVENUE BROOKLYN 8, N. Y. 



Won't you come into my parlor? 




Congratulations to 

M ARCIA 

MR. & MRS. MAX SCHLEIFER 
& FAMILY 



Buy All Your School Supplies at Our 

CO-OP STORE 

on the Third Floor 

Full Stock of All Supplies 

Open 24 Hours a Day 



Best Wishes To 

JOY WOLF 

With Love, Mother and Father 



L'echaverotenu Hameseimot Alu V'hatzlichu 

JOIN THE BNEI AKIVA SCHOLARSHIP INSTITUTE 



HACHSHARA 



TO KIBBUTZ YAVNE ISRAEL — AUGUST 1962 - AUGUST 1963 
For Details Contact: 

BNEI AKIVA OF NORTH AMERICA 

80 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW- YORK CITY e OR 5-2170 

RANDY SKLAR 

INSURANCE 

4606 Fort Hamilton Parkway 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GE 6-2534 



WEISE STUDIOS, INC. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

1273 43rd Street, Bklyn. 19, N. Y. 
GE 5-2341 

Branch: 

114-18 Queens Boulevard 

Forest Hills 75, N. Y. 

LI 4-2375 



BU 4-9657 

TRIM 'N' CUT, INC. 

Ladies' Haircutting Only 

547 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

HERSHI'S KNISHOP, INC. 

4903 12th AVENUE 
Boro Park 

GE 8-9650 
Congratulations to 

RABBI SODDEN'S BLACK SUIT 

For Survi\dng All Those Funerals 




Look Ma, No Cavities! 



Congratulations to 



PHYLLIS LOVINGER 



Upon Her Graduation 



MR. & MRS. MORRIS CHAZAN 



We Are Proud to Extend 
Congratulations to 

ELCHANETTE 
STAFF 



Yes, we are proud, because of the 
fine work that is being done by your 
school, and the opportunity you have 
given us, your ofiScial photographer, 

to be affiliated with it. 



LORSTAN STUDIOS 

'Foremost Photographers in the East" 



Congratulations to 

SANDY 

Upon Her Graduation 



MOM & DAD 

MEIR 

SY, RUTH, ROBIN, & ZAHAVA 

SHLOMO, SANDY, & TOVIA 

MEL, SANDY, JEFFREY, 

& MARK DAVID 



Compliments of 

CAMP MA-NA-IM 

Ideal Boys' Camp 

MOUNTAINDALE, N. Y. 



RABBI I. M. TROPPER 

Director 



PAPILSKY CATERERS 

Glatt Kosher Catering 
at All Leading- Hotels 



HOTEL BREWSTER 

21 WEST 86th STREET 
SC 4-3761 

Exclusive Caterers to the 
Fifth Avenue Synagogue 



PINK POODLE 

Ivy Sports Wear 
Skirts - Sweaters 

1050 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



With Compliments to 

the Many Patients-Friends 

Who Now Look and See Better 

DR. LEON A. REICH 

1916 AVENUE K 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

CL 2-0241 



To All the Girls Who Buy at 

EDDY'S STATIONERY STORE 

2285 CHURCH AVENUE 
HELLO ! 



Stgntfl^i INTRODUCTIONS BY DANNY 

DIGNIFIED Clientele Who Wear 

DIGNIFIED Clothing and Keep at a 

DIGNIFIED Distance While Engaging in 

DIGNIFIED Pursuits in 

DIGNIFIED Sleeve Lengths to Suit All Tastes. For 

DIGNIFIED Results Call 

DIGNIFIED DANNY at WA 3-9426 



APARTMENT TO LET 

7 Rooms - 2 Baths - Terrace 
Panoramic Scenery 

$30 per Month 
Mozambique, Africa 

"It Pays to Play" 

FRIEDMAN'S 

for Sports Equipment 
Open Evenings to 10:00 P.M. 

930 FLATBUSH AVENUE 

Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

IN 2-7140 

lfl'"( Discount to G.O. Students 



DR. JOFFEN 



'Practice Makes Perfect" 



Have You Seen 

MiBs 3tig Anient 

933 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
BU 7-1318 



Specialists in Unique and 
Boutique Women's Sportswear 




Harei AT 



Mazel Tov to 

ABBEY 

Upon Her Graduation 



MOTHER MARTIN 
MOSHE 



MARINE FOODS 

3917 18th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

JOY 

from 

LEWIS I. WOLF 

and 

HAROLD WOLF 



KINGSIZE KIPA KOMPANY 

Extends Heartiest Congratulations to 

H.C.R., A.K., M.J.A., & P.G. 

for Keeping Kipot on Their Heads 

Without Hair 



MAZEL TOV AND HATZLACHA RABAH TO 

EDITH 



MOM & DAD 



MR. & MRS. J. BRAVERMAN 



Compliments of 

PAPERBACK CENTER 

FLATBUSH AVENUE 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 



Best Wishes from 

JOHN OSGOOD 

Representative of Metal Arts Co. 
of Rochester, N. Y. 

Serving Fine Schools for Over 45 Years 
Class Rings - Pins - Yearbooks 



MAZEL TOV TO 

YAEL 

ABBA, IMMA & THE BOYS 
MORRIS ROSENBERG & SON, INC. 

1035 ROCKAWAY AVENUE 
Brooklyn 36, N. Y. 



ISAAC ENGEL REALTY CO., INC. 

208 AMHERST STREET 
Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 



Guess What? 




Mazel Tov to 

ADELE KLEIN 

DR. WEINGARTEN, D.D.S. 
902 44th Street 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

FLATBUSH DRY GOODS CENTER 

706 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 

Congratulations to 

JUDY MARINBACH and ANN HOOK 

JACK'S QUALITY FRUITS 

AND VEGETABLES 

1306-8 50th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Best Wishes to 

PHYLLIS 

Upon Her Graduation 

"THE ELEGANTE SHOP" 
4921 13th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Good Luck to Our Granddaughter 

PHYLLIS 

MR. & MRS. M. LOVINGER 
Congratulations to Our Daughter 

HILDA 

MR. & MRS. HARRY GOLDBERG 

M. KLEIN'S GLATT KOSHER BUTCHER 

1203 AVENUE I 
Brooklyn 36, N. Y. 



Torah Blessings to Our 
Dear Daughter and Sister 

HELENE 

MR. & MRS. ABE OLSHAN 
and NIEL 



BORO FUEL OIL CO. 

"Finest in Fuel Oil" 

2 CHURCH AVENUE 
Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MIMI 

Upon Her Graduation 

Love . . . 
MOM, DAD, PEARL, and YANKEE 

Compliments of 

PADAWER & STEIGMAN, INC. 

Best Wishes to Our Daughter 

PHYLLIS 

CANTOR and MRS. LOVINGER 
Congratulations to 

JUDY LIEBER 

LEON BRODER 

134 West 29th Street 

New York City 

In Honor of the Engagement of 

SUSAN CAROL LEVINSON 

to PAUL ALLEN FRANK 
MR. & MRS. MURRAY FRANK 

Best Wishes to 

HELENE 

UNCLE SAM 
AUNT EVA 

AUNT SOPHIE 

Best of Luck Always to 

ALEEZA 

ISRAEL 



Are you sure it was a mouse? 



DIPLOMAT BOWL 

"Bowling at Its Best" 
Air Conditioned 



26 SNYDER AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



BOCHNER'S GROCERY AND DAIRY 

Closed Shabbos - Free Deliveries 

5006 16th AVENUE 
HY 4-7263 

FARBER BROS. SERVICE STATION 

2285 BEDFORD AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



{^oniiyliments oP 



Appel's Grocery 

"Button a Day the Mashal Way" 

Company, Inc. 
Caprice 

Chaskel's Bar-b-que 
Cantor & Mrs. H. Teigmon & Son 
Eli Rosenmund's Zero Chain 
Flusberg's Hebrew Book Store 
Felice Wassner 
Gem's Gloves 
Grossman's Original Records 

by Beethoven 
Gratt's Fruit Market 
Grunfeld's Shoes 
Hammer's Butcher Shop 
Helen's Beauty Shop 
Isaac's and Rubinstein 
Joe Gross 

Jacobson's 'ErI" Cloth Co. 
Jack Licht 
Jacoff's Pharmacy 
Klass Kipah Krocheting Kompany 
Korn's Bakery 
Kussin's Kurrupt Kleaners 



Lefkowitz's Grocery 

Lucky Linick's Umbrella Co. 

Morris Alterman's Shoe Repair 

Mashal's School for Scandal 

Mr. & Mrs. Brody 

Mr. & Mrs. Pollack 

Mr. & Mrs. Weinrib 

M. J. Applesauce Tests and Co. 

Nat's Dairy 

Nicis Fashions 

Noble Drugs 

Okrent Pharmacy 

Peter Gilbert 

Quality Leather Goods 

Sach's 

Schick's Bakery 

Semel's 

Schloquettes Mar-Mar et Da Ja 

Sperber and Schwartz 

Strauss Bakery 

Thaler Grocery 

Uncle Milty's Race Track Forms 

Weinstein's Tranquilizer Co. 

Weber's Fish Market 



Ready or not — Here I come! 





M^ 






STUDENT DIRECTORY 

(NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, our students reside in Brooklyn, N. Y.) 



Barbara Auster 

1775 78th Street 

Frances Baum 

100 Linden Blvd. 

Lillian Brody 

670 Crown Street 

Malka Broome 

205 East 56th Street 

Leah Broyde 

1688 52nd Street 

Sylvia Damesek 

8865 18th Avenue 

Rosemarie Dumont 

3096 Br. 6th Street 

Rebecca Edelstein 

1564 50th Street 

Esther Englander 

5010 16th Avenue 

Leah Feine 

728 Empire Blvd. 

Aviva Fenigstein 

930 East 7th Street 

Barbara Fogel 

1520 46th Street 

Shulamith Gerber 

215 East 54th Street 

Bashy Glass 

820 Montgomery Street 



Hilda Goldberg 

91 Woodruff Avenue 

Marcia Goldberg 

1730 52nd Street 

Shulamith Goldblatt 



Goldie Keehn 

436 Crown Street 

Marilyn Kinsberg 

2167 77th Street 

Adele Klein 



564 Montgomery Street 867 45th Street 



Sarah Goodstadt 

1750 West 1st Street 

Naomi Gottlieb 

1422 55th Street 

Rivy Halberstam 

1325 55th Street 

Eva Herman 

1675 55th Street 

Gail Hochberg 

980 East 7th Street 

Elaine Hochman 

193 Albany Avenue 

Ann Hook 

1665 47th Street 

Gail Imberman 

1658 Carroll Street 

Diane Kaplan 

612 Banner Avenue 

Adele Karash 

1569 President Street 

Judi Katz 

404 Crown Street 



Susan Klein 

1737 50th Street 

Sandra Klughaupt 

1220 55th Street 

Barbara Kopito 

4423 9th Avenue 

Fredda Kramer 

1601 55th Street 

Janine Kuh! 

112-14 Jewel Avenue 
Forest Hills 75, N. Y. 

Arlene Levine 

1157 46th Street 

Adele Lieberman 

570 Empire Blvd. 

Judy Lieber 

1259 52nd Street 

Gitel Lipschitz 

1345 47th Street 

Gilda Listokin 

607 Lefferts Avenue 




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Phyllis Lovinger 

1425 51st Street 

Naomi Lowinger 

1775 46th Street 

Judy Lutz 

723 Avenue K 

Judy Marinbach 

1448 50th Street 

Yael Max 

37 Locust Avenue 
Cedarhurst, N. Y. 

Helene Olshan 

147-26 72nd Avenue 
Flushing 67, N. Y. 

Esther Pinsky 

2511 Ocean Avenue 

Abbey Ponrille 

1434 45th Street 

Ziporoh Pruskin 

1071 Hopkinson Avenue 

Esther Puld 

466 Herzl Street 

Marion Rabinowitz 

316 Brighton Beach Ave. 

Marion Rappaport 

679 Ocean Parkv\/ay 




Evelyn Rimalt 

1414 President Street 

Linda Rosen 

1653 East 13th Street 

Arlene Rosenbaum 

2055 East 2nd Street 

Jeudi Rosenfeld 

753 Crown Street 

Naomi Schiffer 

1564 50th Street 

Miriam Schiller 

238 Sullivan Place 

Anita Schmell 

4924 17th Avenue 

Caren Schmidt 

1608 Union Street 

Miriam Senderowitz 

4600 9th Avenue 

Rebecca Septimus 

716 Almont Road 
Far Rockav\/ay, N. Y. 

Shulamith Silverstein 

6201 23rd Avenue 

Sandra Singer 

1552 39th Street 

Aleeza Stulman 

504 Avenue A/l 



Miriam Tennenbaum 

356 Crown Street 

Vivian Trokenheim 

2101 64th Street 

Sarah Tropper 

467 East 96th Street 

Shugie Tropper 

792 Montgomery Street 

Carol Wachtenheim 

1213 55th Street 

Esta Wahrsager 

290 Pcrkside Avenue 

Helen Waldman 

1443 50th Street 

Rivy Weiss 

421 Crown Street 

Shevi Werner 

720 Montgomery Street 

Anna Windland 

1615 48th Street 

Joy Wolf 

1316 45th Street 

Edith Zellin 

1030 55th Street 

Lauretta Zomick 

1602 Carroll Street 







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The final farewell 

The last good-bye „ . ' .. 

The myriad of fears that collect at the eye. 

What pain to go ^ 

What hurt to part 

What choking and throbbing and twinge of the 

heart. 
The climax arrived 

The time has come ■ i ■ 

The sharp, smashing waves, the motors low hum, 
The anchor pulled in, X:- 

The crew at the rail, , . .i 

The wind puffs its breath into foamy, white sails. 
Now is the time to use all that we've learned, now 

that our journey's begun. 
To stand in the face of challenge and taunt, 

and never to shirk or to run, 
To seek and to find; to think and to know; to 

question; to prove and defend; 
To work with our minds; to toil with our hands'^ to 

love and to care and befriend. 
Into the far horizon we sail, unknowing of what 

will be. 
Will there be storms, will there be winds, on this 

mighty, tempestuous sea? 

Or will the waters relax and rest, so calm and full r^ 

of peace, ~9i 

Or will the surging, angry waves and pulling 

currents cease? 
We look into the icy world, a labyrinth of blue. 
Oh so many different paths and different ways we 

view, 
But towards the port of full success we steer with 

fervent strife, 5 

We'll crest those waves! We'll beat those tides! ^ 

We'll sail the Sea of Life! i 

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Build me straight, Oh worthy Master 

Staunch and strong, a goodly vessel 

That shall laugh at all disaster 

And with wave and whirlwind wrestle. 

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 
"The Building of the Ship" 

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